Space - The Human Quest

Frequently asked questions


Do you have a question about SPA©E – The Human Quest?
You will probably find an answer on your question below. But in case you would like some extra information you can reach us via info@xpospace.be.

General

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An average visit to the expo SPA©E – The Human Quest takes approximately 1u to 1u30.

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SPA©E – The Human Quest is interesting and captivating for all ages. Special activities for children are provided.
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There are no personal guides or tours, but each visitor is given his/her own audio guide which takes him/her through the expo.
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SPA©E – The Human Quest and the Antwerp Expo location are easily accessible for wheelchair users and other disabled persons.
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Absolutely! You can find more information on the partner page of the website.

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SPA©E – The Human Quest opens on April 23 and runs until June 30.

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The expo is organized by entrepreneur Jürgen Ingels and network organization Startups.be | Scale-Ups.eu. This in collaboration with the Flemish Government, the city of Antwerp and various other partners. An overview of all partners can be found on the partner page.

Tickets & time slots

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A limited number of tickets are available at the box office; depending on crowds and/or any sold out time slots. Want to be sure of a visit and avoid wait times? Then order your tickets online here.

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There is no fixed group rate. However, it is possible to book a visit for (large) groups via info@xpospace.be.

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The QR code of your ticket, which you can save on your smartphone, is sufficient. Otherwise, of course, you can always print your ticket.
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You can change your ticket date at least one day before your visit via info@xpospace.be .

How to get there?

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You can easily access SPA©E - The Human Quest by train, streetcar, bus, bicycle or shared means of transport. From Antwerp Central Station you can get to the expo the fastest with tram 2 (direction Hoboken), tram 6 (direction Berchem) or bus 22. All lines stop at the entrance of Antwerp Expo. Bicycles, steps and scooters can be parked in the foreseen designated areas.
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Free parking is available in the Vogelzanglaan, just around the corner from the entrance. There is space for 1,340 cars.

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31 days before your visit to SPA©E - The Human Quest you can book a Discovery train ticket with your discount code. You will receive this code when you purchase your ticket.

Kids & schools

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When visiting the expo, one can choose two "Astronaut Missions," specially designed for -12 year olds and +12 year olds.

The missions consist of special assignments and fun quiz questions. They get to see the most remarkable videos and photos, and can listen to impressive stories from space.

There are 3 Docking Games in the expo where you can select your favorite spaceship and try to connect to the ISS.

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Of course! SPA©E - The Human Quest has a separate itinerary for schools that includes educational materials you can download for free. More information can be found on the schools page of the website.

During your visit

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Holders of a valid ticket can use one of the lockers to store personal items. However, the amount of lockers available is limited. The lockers are checked and emptied every day. The organization is not responsible for theft or loss.
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Toilets are available at the entrance and exit of the expo.
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Before or at the end of your visit to SPA©E - The Human Quest you can visit our expo shop for all kinds of cool merchandise and gadgets.

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Yes, that is possible. The shop is located in the entrance hall and is accessible to everyone.

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In the expo shop, you can buy drinks and snacks. During weekends (as from Sunday 24th of April) you can enjoy SPA(C)E café for coffee, cold drinks or a piece of cake.

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Of course! We always like it when visitors share their experiences via social media. Don't forget to tag us and use our hashtag #spacethq.

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Assistance dogs are of course welcome. Other animals are best left at home.

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