The European contribution to the International Space Station (ISS) was built at the Airbus. The ISS is in orbit some 400 kilometres above Earth, so delivering supplies is a real challenge for engineers: how does water and food get to the astronauts? How do people live, sleep, and carry out research in zero gravity?
Once you step inside our replica of the Columbus module, expert guides will provide you with the answers to these and other fascinating questions. The 1:1 scale model of the Columbus space laboratory is open to visitors.
And take a look at the simulation and diagnosis room, where the engineers on the ground maintain contact with the International Space Station. And do you know how much a litre of milk weighs on the moon or on Saturn or Venus?
Bus transfer to the factory and back
Only in German
Saturdays at 2 and 4 p.m.,
Domsheide / in front of concert house " Die Glocke"
Due to security restrictions this tour is only available for travelers from EU countries and/or NATO member states. In other cases please contact us for an individual offer.
For security reasons, please carry your passport/ID with you at all times. The minimum age for visitors is 10 years. Children aged 10 to 13 must be accompanied by an adult. Subject to change without notice.
There are no public toilets in the visitor center. Tours may be cancelled at any time for operational reasons.
The bus has one permanent wheelchair space (Entrance via an electronic ramp, reservation is necessary).
There is an obligation to wear mouth and nose protection Groups
Information for groups of 1 to 20 persons can be found at: 'Aerospace Bremen' guided tour 1 to 20 guests (group)
Information for groups of 21 to 40 persons can be found at: 'Aerospace Bremen' guided tour 21 to 40 guests (group)
Tickets are not refundable.
Full payment required at booking date.