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in the world does history and the future, nature and technology, young
and old meet for an unforgettable and inspirational journey through space
The Kennedy Space Centre has hosted millions of guests from around the
world for more than 30 years - telling the story of how the United States
built a space program that launched men to the moon.
At the space
center, you can also see how NASA has launched and orbited satellites
that have improved our lives, and sent probes into distant space to solve
the mysteries of the cosmos.
can expect to dedicate at least one day exploring the complex, enjoying
its Rocket Garden, IMAX movies, space history exhibits, a full-sized walk-through
Space Shuttle display, bus tours, restaurants, gift shops, and the new
Apollo/Saturn V facility.
Other space-related attractions are available nearby, including Space
Camp, and the Astronaut Hall of Fame.
For full details of the next planned launch, visit the NASA launch schedules
web site by clicking here.
You might also like to visit the NASA website by clicking here.
Open daily 9:00am till 5:30pm excluding Christmas and certain launch days.
Tips for Guests
Kennedy Space Center Visitors center is big - and has lots of concrete.
Now in summer months particularly, the heat that is reflected off all
of these concrete structures is immense - and you will quickly become
dehydrated if you are outside and don't drink lots of water.
Please note that, owing to current security requirements, taking certain
items into Kennedy Space Centre is prohibited. For full details, please
see their site by clicking on the link below.
I-4 Eastbound exit from Highway 192. Take the SR 528 (Kennedy Space Centre
Highway) east and follow signs. Take SR 407 until it dead-ends into SR
405 and turn right. Continue to follow signs. The journey is approximately
Ample free parking is provided for all visitors to the complex.
Kennedy Space Centre Visitor Complex
Kennedy Space Center, FL 32899