The admission ticket allows you to experience all attractions within the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame
The Admission ticket allows you to experience all attractions within the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame®. Guests can explore the many exhibits, shows and attractions at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex including Space Shuttle Atlantis, Shuttle Launch Experience, Rocket Garden and IMAX® Spacefilms. IMAX movies include Hubble 3D and Journey to Space. Guests can also experience the exhibit Exploration Space®: Explorers Wanted, which includes a live interactive theater presentation. The admission ticket includes the unique opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of Kennedy Space Center on a KSC Bus tour. Guests venture to the Apollo/Saturn V Center, which features a fully restored, massive Saturn V rocket, one of only three in the world. Guests walk back in time to relive Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon and experience the thunderous rumble of a Saturn V rocket lift-off. The tour bus departs every 15 minutes from the Visitor Complex. Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral are working space launch facilities. Tours may be altered or closed due to operational requirements. Although much of the story at Kennedy Space Center is about state-of-the-future technology, the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame® is about the brave men and women who have flown in space. Here, guests have the opportunity to explore the world’s largest collection of astronaut memorabilia and ride simulators, and see tributes to the heroes of the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo and Space Shuttle programs. Included in the admission ticket, the Astronaut Hall of Fame is only a 5-minute drive from the Visitor Complex and is a must-see for all interested in the history of American space flight. Admission tickets include a second day free for use at the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame® if used within seven days to allow guests to get the full experience.
No transportation is included. Food and drinks are not included in this package, although there are many cafes and snack bars in Kennedy Space Center where food and beverages may be purchased.
Visitors may bring backpacks and soft-sided coolers into the visitor complex. Food and beverages packed in small, soft-sided coolers are permitted. Glass bottles or containers are not permitted. Beer is for sale at select locations and no outside alcoholic beverages are permitted. For security, all bags are subject to search. Information Central: Located inside front entrance. Multilingual staff available. Information, lost and found and audio guides. Strollers, electric scooters and wheelchairs available for a nominal fee. First Aid: Nurse on duty. Check map for location. Pet Kennels: Air-conditioned and available free of charge. Check map for location. Remember, it is unlawful to leave your pet in your vehicle. Services for Guests with Disabilities: For wheelchair accessible buses, please ask any Crewmember for departure information. This is for the internal bus tour from the Visitor Center to the Saturn V Center. Listen Up: Let your adventure really take off with an audio guide to the exhibits and tour destinations. Available for rent at Information Central in English, François, Deutsch, Italiano, Portuguese, Espanola, Japanese and Mandarin. For the visually impaired, there is an English descriptive audio tour. For hearing impaired, please contact 321.449.4443 for arrangements seven days in advance of visit.
Space Shuttle Atlantis
There she is. Just an arm’s length away, NASA’s most incredible feat of engineering to date – a vehicle that launched like a rocket, flew in orbit like a spacecraft, and landed on a runway like a glider. It’s a view only astronauts on the International Space Station or spacewalkers have experienced and one you’ll never forget.
Shuttle Launch Experience
Shuttle Launch Experience is an incredible journey of vertically launching into space and orbiting Earth aboard the space shuttle. Guest “crew members” strap in for this all-too-real simulation, which immerses visitors in the sights, sounds and feelings of a space shuttle launch, designed under the guidance of NASA and veteran space shuttle astronauts.
Apollo/Saturn V Center
Located a short bus ride away (included in admission), the Apollo/Saturn V Center features a 363-foot moon rocket! Don’t miss the Firing Room Theater, which re-creates an Apollo launch and the Lunar Theater, which depicts the first moon landing. Get up close to the real Apollo 14 Command Module, the “Kitty Hawk.” Walk through a rare collection of prototype spacesuits and artifacts used during the Apollo program.
* Live Shows/Programs
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is home to the only back-to-back, twin IMAX® theaters in the world, showcasing two exciting large-format motion pictures on screens 5½ stories tall:
“Hubble 3D” Float beside space-walking astronauts and experience the powerful story of the Hubble Space Telescope and its profound impact on the way we view the universe and ourselves.
“Journey To Space” celebrates the Space Shuttle program, International Space Station and their vital contributions to the technical and human knowledge that will enable our species to travel deeper into space, to asteroids, Mars and beyond.
Eye on the Universe: The Hubble Space Telescope: A compilation of powerful and vibrant Hubble imagesshowcasing the science of deep space discovery.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is the only place on Earth where guests have the opportunity to come face-to-face with one of more than 300 people who have experienced space travel and to hear first-hand what it is like to live in space. This half-hour, interactive program features a question and answer session and an opportunity to take a photo with an astronaut.
Exhibits Exploration Space: Explorers Wanted:
Step into the center of space travel and become part of the future of exciting possibilities.
Early Space Exploration:
See the actual Mercury Mission Control consoles and other space artifacts.
Historic rockets that tell the story of man’s quest for the stars.
Mission Status Update at Astronaut Encounter Theater:
Learn about current space flight activities and launches.
Space mirror memorial honoring astronauts lost in the name of space exploration.
Space Walk of Honor:
Recognizes pioneers and supporters of the United States space program
Children’s Play Dome:
Play area for children under 48 inches tall.
U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame® (included in admission):
Explore a rare collection of astronaut artifacts, displays and hands-on exhibits dedicated to honoring astronauts.
Here’s a meal that’s big enough to satisfy, but quick and easy enough to keep your crew on track for a full day of exploring. Located next to the IMAX Theaters
Rocket Garden Café:
Dine amongst some of the very same Redstone, Atlas and Titan rockets that first put NASA astronauts in space. Enjoy a wide variety of chef options that will surely fit everyone’s needs.
Chill out with soft drinks and soft-serve ice cream near the Astronaut Encounter Theater entrance.
Moon Rock Café (at the Apollo/Saturn V Center):
Moon walking can make you hungry. Dine among the sights and sounds of the Apollo lunar landings during your KSC Tour.
Kennedy Space Center is open from 9am - 5pm EST daily.
This admission ticket allows guests to tour freely at their own accord, there is no set itinerary to follow in the park.
Take a look at this virtual tour link to see the facility and remember some exhibits are subject to close or change as this is a working space facility - http://vtour.govtour.com/xplorit.php?tid=67507
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Please print your voucher and take it to the will call kiosk at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex for redemption (located just behind the fountain). DNPS please bill Gray Line Orlando.
Should you have any questions about your voucher please call Gray Line Orlando on 1800-537-0917.
Locate the Visitor Complex with GPS by inputting Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Do not use Kennedy Space Center as it will direct you to an incorrect location.
You may also find the Visitor Complex with GPS coordinates, 28o31'34.10"N and 80o40'45.12"W.
If you have any questions about Kennedy Space Center please call 866.737.5235 for more information, 8 am - 6 pm EDT
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