On a rainy day we spent nearly 3 hours here (including the obligatory gift shop). The radome exhibit itself was an informative and pretty impressive show. Sessions are available in English on certain days. In the main exhibition space, our 5 year-old liked the hands-on stuff best of course, but also enjoyed learning about satellites, telephones and undersea cables. Most exhibits were in working order and well thought-out, although there were big queues for some by the late afternoon (we weren't the only ones to think this was a good idea for a rainy day). Probably best to eat before or after a visit as the cafe looked quite limited.
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