Led by an experienced guide, you will gain insights into the inner workings of the Sizewell B power station. This exclusive visit offers access inside the turbine hall, where you'll have the unique opportunity to “hug a turbine”.
The visitor centre is where you can find out more about their nuclear power station operations, how they generate electricity and more about EDF Energy. During the visit you will see first hand how they use nuclear power to provide low carbon electricity for the UK.
The Visitor Centre is open to all - but you must be aged eleven years and over to go on a guided plant tour. All those over the age of 18 must bring an original valid ID document. A passport or UK driving license is preferred.
The tour is physical. The walking tour is 2662 metres or 1.65miles. There are approx 190 steps and 80% of the tour takes place outdoors
As this is an operational industrial site, all visitors are required to wear:
- Socks with sensible flat, secure, laced up boots or safety shoes with grip on the sole. The footwear must cover the entire foot.
- Legs and arms must be covered: all visitors are to wear full length trousers and a top with a full length sleeve.
- Hard hat - adjustable
- Ear protection – ear plugs
- Eye Protection - glasses
- Hi Viz waistcoat
Please advise us if you will require the Hearing Induction Loop System during the introductory presentation
The visitor centre has toilet facilities, water and a tea/coffee machine, free of charge. There are no other catering facilities at the visitor centre. Visitors are welcome to bring their own food and drink.