SOYUZ TMA-19M: Tim Peake's Spacecraft


Currently running until Sunday, 19 November 2017

The spacecraft which transported Tim Peake, the UK's first European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut, to and from the International Space Station, will be landing in Bradford for the public to come along and view. The Soyuz TMA-19M capsule, complete with equipped interior and char marks on it's outer body from it's re-entry into the earth's atmosphere, will be displayed along with it's 25m diameter parachute. The display of this iconic craft will be accompanied by an inspiring range of activities, including the 'Space Decent VR Experience', narrated by Tim Peake himself, using headsets to recreate the experience of travelling over the International Space Station and the incredible 250-mile journey back down to earth inside the Soyuz TMA-19M.

Opening Notes:

Daily 10:00 - 16:00

For more information:



Venue Details

National Science and Media Museum
National Science and Media Museum


By Road: One mile from end of M606. By Public Transport: Come out of Bradford Interchange, turn left at The BradfordHotel, follow signs to museum. The museum is a five minute walk from the Interchange.