Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre
Heritage / Visitor Centre
**Winner of the Tourism Event of the Year Award 2013 for Live at Jodrell Bank** Family fun at Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre!
How did the Universe begin? What is a black hole? Come and find answers to the wonders of the Universe at Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre.
Visitors can listen to the sounds of the Big Bang and explore the invisible Universe using a range of hands on activities in the exhibition room or take some time to learn more about the world-famous giant Lovell Telescope.
There are 35 acres of gardens to explore, a galaxy garden and picnic and play area or if you fancy taking on an outdoor adventure, borrow one of our new backpacks and learn about the Solar System as you make your journey along the Planet Path.
Our award-winning cafe offers a full menu which is centred round the British seasons using quality, local ingredients. Open 10am - 4.30pm and welcomes non ticket paying guests.
We are open daily 10am to 5pm and there is free parking. Sat Nav users SK11 9DW
For peak/offpeak prices and more information please visit www.jodrellbank.net
Please note Christmas closure dates: 16–26 December, 31 December, 1 January 2014
VAQAS Accredited 2013.
- Regional and Miscellaneous Annual Award Winner 2013 2013
|Open All Year|
|10am to 5pm every day (01/01/2013 - 18/12/2013)|
|Christmas closure 16–26 December, 31 December, 1 January 2014 (16/12/2013 - 26/12/2013)|
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Concession||£5.00 senior citizen|
|Family 2+2||£22.00 family|
|Family 2+3||£26.50 family|
These admission prices are for the peak season, please see jodrellbank.net for off-peak admission prices. Discounted rates available for group and school visits.
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