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Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex

Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex

Address: State Road 405
Kennedy Space Center
FL 32899

Phone: (866) 737-5235

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Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex:

Orlando vacations are not complete without a trip to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

Just east of the most popular Orlando attractions and theme parks, NASA's launch headquarters is the only place on Earth where you can tour launch areas, meet a veteran astronaut, see giant rockets, train in spaceflight simulators, and even view a launch.

Watching a Shuttle launch or even a rocket never loses its "WOW factor"

Space Shuttle Columbia

The Space Shuttle Columbia
soars from Launch Pad 39A 1 July 1997

Space Shuttle Discovery

The Space Shuttle Discovery
soars through the early morning sky 27 May 1999

Park Tips:
  • Plan ahead what direction around the park you will take.
  • Get there early and maybe mix your day with a day at Cocoa Beach.
  • Drink Plenty of Water.
  • Take your own food, Kennedy Space Center can be expensive.

Park Entrance Fees:
  • You need a maths degree to figure out the way theme parks price their tickets, as they vary so wildly.
  • Choosing the cheapest day is not always the best option as the park could be a lot busier.
  • Keep an eye out for ticket promotions. Be careful though, if it looks too good to be true then it will be.
  • Consider Multi-Park tickets. Discounts are available for parks within the same organisation.
  • Compare buying in your own currency or in Dollars, you would be surprised.
  • Don't forget you have to pay "State Tax". Currently it is 6%.

Parking Fees:
  • Parking is included with admission price.

  • The KSC Visitors Complex is great fun: Video below


All Systems Are Go!
Launch into space with the Peanuts® crew during All Systems Are Go!, an exciting immersive experience featuring state-of-the-art puppetry, lights, sounds, and the beloved Peanuts characters.

Ad Astra Per Aspera
The Apollo 1 Tribute is dedicated to the lives, accomplishments and memories of Gus Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee, the three astronauts who perished while training for the flight of Apollo 1.

Apollo 8 Firing Room
Experience the thrill of the space race with the launch of Apollo 8. Watch history unfold in the Firing Room as the first crewed Saturn V mission blasts into space.

Apollo Treasures Gallery
View an actual Apollo spacecraft and legendary artifacts in a display so immersive you can actually see the Moon dust on Alan Shepard's spacesuit.

Astronaut Encounter
Meet an astronaut during a live presentation at Universe Theater, included with daily admission. Bring your questions and your camera!

Astronaut Training Experience
In Astronaut Training Experience® (ATX), train to live and work on Mars through exciting and immersive simulation technology. Join your crew of future space explorers. NOT INCLUDED WITH ADMISSION

Astronaut Training Simulators
Train like an astronaut in the essential functions of space shuttle flight with high-tech simulators inside Space Shuttle Atlantis®.

ATX® Training Stages
Add an ATX® Training Stage to your day and start your own mission to Mars! Each is perfect as an add-on during your visit if you don't have time to complete the full ATX program. NOT INCLUDED WITH ADMISSION

Chat With An Astronaut
Sit down in a casual, small-group setting, enjoy a sampling of food and beverages and ask a NASA astronaut your most pressing questions. NOT INCLUDED WITH ADMISSION

Exploring the Moon
Experience the wonder of the Apollo Moon landings through various interactive exhibits and artifacts. Seeing a real lunar module and touching an actual Moon rock are only a few of the ways you too can explore the Moon!

Fly with an Astronaut
Take a guided tour behind the gates of Kennedy Space Center, eat lunch and launch into space aboard the Shuttle Launch Experience® with an astronaut during this exclusive program. NOT INCLUDED WITH ADMISSION

Forever Remembered
Visit the memorial honoring the astronauts who lost their lives during space shuttle missions STS-51L Challenger and STS-107 Columbia.

Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex®
The present and future of collaborative space exploration comes to life through authentic spacecraft, futuristic prototypes and immersive displays from NASA and its commercial partners.

Heroes & Legends
Celebrate the pioneers of NASA's early space programs which inspired a nation to reach for the stars. Heroes & Legends, presented by Boeing®, also features the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame®.

Hubble Space Telescope Theater
Learn about the successes, setbacks and spinoffs of Hubble Space Telescope, the first of NASA's Great Space Observatories.

IMAX Theater
View incredible space-themed films including Journey to Space and the new 3D movie ASTEROID HUNTERS featuring eye-popping images of space so real you'll swear you could reach out and touch them.

ISS Triumph of Technology
Explore modules and microgravity of the International Space Station inside Space Shuttle Atlantis®.

It's a Matter of Fact Show
The S.T.E.A.M Team is giving guests the chance to learn more about science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics through fun experiments. The S.T.E.A.M Team will present It's a Matter of Fact inside Universe Theater.

Journey To Mars: Launched by United Launch Alliance
Discover NASA's plans to explore deep space, get up close to life-sized Mars rover replicas and test your skills as a recruit in Journey To Mars: Launched by United Launch Alliance.

Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour
Access the restricted areas of NASA's Kennedy Space Center to see operational facilities for the history and future of American spaceflight.

Kennedy Space Center Explore Tour
With a space expert as your guide, tour America's multi-user spaceport and make stops along the way for iconic photographic views. NOT INCLUDED WITH ADMISSION

Lunar Theater
Relive the final few minutes leading up to the first words ever spoken from the surface of the Moon, "...the Eagle has landed."

Mars Rover Vehicle Navigator®
Meet the newest concept vehicle, Mars Rover Vehicle Navigator®, or MRVN®, designed for navigating the demanding landscape of Mars.

Mars Base 1
Travel to Mars to live and work for the day on Mars Base 1. Solve authentic NASA science and engineering challenges at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. NOT INCLUDED WITH ADMISSION

Mission Status Briefing
Discover what's happening with current NASA missions, operations at Kennedy Space Center and launch activity at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station when you participate in the Mission Status Briefing.

See the real Lunar Module 9 with a life-sized scene from the Apollo 11 Moon landing. Gain a better understanding of this vehicle and how to land it on foreign terrain.

Moon Tree Garden
Relax and reflect in the Moon Tree Garden. See trees that are direct descendants of seeds that were taken to the Moon, and stand in awe of the one-of-a-kind bronze statue of Apollo 11 astronauts.

Path to the Moon
Celebrate the accomplishments of Apollo missions 7-10 and the technology that kept the astronauts safe while traveling to the Moon.

Planet Play
Play on the planets in this new, fully immersive multiple-story indoor play area where children ages 2-12 can climb through a wormhole, walk on Saturn's rings and more.

Rocket Garden
Walk among giants to see rockets from NASA's Mercury, Gemini and Apollo programs. Guided tours available daily.

Saturn V Rocket
Every human who stepped foot on the Moon launched from Kennedy Space Center atop a Saturn V rocket. Learn about the power of this rocket and imagine what it was like to launch into space on this massive machine.

Shuttle Launch Experience®
Go for launch and experience the sights, sounds and sensations of blasting off into space aboard the space shuttle!

Space Mirror Memorial
Visit the national memorial honoring fallen astronauts from the American space program.

Spaceport KSC
Transport to the spaceport of the future! Choose between four different journeys that launch to unimaginable locations throughout the universe.

Space Shuttle Atlantis
Get a close-up view of Atlantis, the only space shuttle displayed in flight. Space Shuttle Atlantis also includes more than 60 interactive exhibits celebrating the history, technology and impact of NASA's Space Shuttle Program.

S.T.E.A.M. interactive Carts
The S.T.E.A.M Team is giving guests the chance to learn more about science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics through fun experiments. The S.T.E.A.M Team has interactive pop-up experiences throughout the main visitor complex.

U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame®
From Project Mercury to the Space Shuttle Program, see where American astronauts are remembered and honored.