Budding astronauts and aspiring scientists, this one's for you!
TripAdvisor has unveiled some of the world's most popular space-themed tours and attractions, across continents including Europe, North and South America and Asia.
There's everything from exhibitions dedicated to the progress humans are making in space travel to museums filled with awe-inspiring rockets and rovers, some of which have returned from exploring other planets.
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Meanwhile, there are still countless discoveries being made every day, whether it's the seven new planets found orbiting TRAPPIST-1 or the announcement of plans for the first private trip to the moon.
So there's no time like the present to get up to speed and find out what other discoveries could be in the pipeline!
Whether you're after a family day out or simply just have a keen interest in all things space and science, there's plenty of choice in TripAdvisor's handy guide.
We take a look at the space-themed days out on offer around the globe and why they should be top of the itinerary on your next holiday...
For the kids: Space Camp Turkey
One of the only three space camps in the world, Space Camp Turkey runs six-day workshops throughout the summer, sure to make for an unforgettable trip for kids fascinated by all things interstellar.
The extensive list of activities includes everything from building and launching a model rocket, as well as simulators where children can live out their space explorer dreams and recreate the training missions real astronauts.
For a family day out: National Space Centre in Leicestershire
Interactive games, 3D exhibitions and plenty of rocket and scientific artifacts are just some of the reasons why the National Space Centre makes for a great cheap day out no matter what your age.
You can book your tickets here.
For aeronautical enthusiasts: Air and Space Museum in France
Located just six kilometres from Paris and with budget-friendly ticket prices as little as €7 for adults, it's well worth a visit if you're a fan of all things plane-related.
Uncover hidden secrets about the world's most famous aircraft from the Boeing 747 to the two Concordes - and you can even step inside and discover the cockpits.
For education: Space Expo in the Netherlands
During a visit to the Space Expo you can learn about a whole range of topics including black holes, gravity, space exploration, and even what life aboard the International Space Station is really like.
You can even see the solar cells of the Hubble space telescope or check out a real moon stone!
For the family: NASA'sKennedy Space Centre
Located in Cape Canaveral, this is probably the most important and well-known space site in the world.
Just a short distance from Orlando, it's where rockets launch from and includes a children's space camp, plus the famous original Space Shuttle Atlantis.
You can visit the Space Centre on a private tour for £43, which includes lunch with a real astronaut and a virtual moonwalk.
For budding astronauts: NASA Space Centre in Houston
Any question you have about a career in space exploration is about to be answered.
Not only are there NASA astronauts who give regular weekly talks - or you can even meet them at specially-hosted lunches - but you can take a tram tour of the NASA Johnson Space Centre and find out all about the incredible research.
There's even an interactive exhibition that lets you experience what a mission to Mars would feel like - not to mention the wide range of exhibits and shows on offer throughout the year.
For space fanatics: Smithsonian National Museum of Space and Air, Washington DC
Currently one of the three most recommended attractions in Washington on TripAdvisor, this day out offers visitors the chance to see space relics, such as full scale versions of several space craft and even originals of a few re-entry vehicles, probes and rockets.
If you want to enjoy the full experience, you can book a private tour starting from £70, which will take you on an exploration of the collection that includes everything from space suits, to moon rocks, and a model of the International Space Station.
For stargazers: The Atacama Desert, Chile
For those wishing to admire unparalleled views of the planets and stars, there's no place better than the Atacama Desert, South America's largest astronomical observatory.
The stargazing tour on offer here includes talks from a professional astronomer, who will teach you how to read the sky, identify stars, nebulae and capture photographs of the moon's crater covered surfaces, with the aid of 10 high-powered telescopes.
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For a one-of-a-kind trip: Canberra's Deep Space Complex in Australia
This is one of only three communication complexes in the world and the only one in the Southern Hemisphere (the others are in Madrid, Spain and Goldstone, California), providing 24-hour coverage of the Solar System as the Earth revolves.
It proudly exhibits the biggest moon rock on display outside of the US, as well as clothing worn by past astronauts, space food and a suit you can pose behind to get a great shot.
For engineering fans: Tsukuba Space Centre, Japan,
The centre for Japan Aeronautical and Space Development is located in the Tsukuba Science City, a city that was built specifically in dedication to Japanese achievement in Science and Technology.
Learn about Japanese satellites and rockets in the 'Space Dome', or book in for a tour and check out highlights such as the astronaut training zone and the Flight Control Room.