NASA Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

NASA Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

NASA Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
4.5
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Enjoy an out-of-this-world day at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex! From the dawn of space exploration to current and ongoing missions, get an up-close, hands-on feel for the story of humans in space, and fuel your quest for inspiration. Learn about space pioneers at Heroes & Legends featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame® presented by Boeing® or go behind the gates on the Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour. Stand nose to nose with the Saturn V rocket at the Apollo/Saturn V Center or get an up-close view of Atlantis, the only space shuttle displayed in flight, at Space Shuttle Atlantis®. On select days and nights, you can see a rocket launch from just a few short miles from the launch pad! Many of the launches are included with admission.
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  • David S
    Middlesbrough, United Kingdom2,344 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    SPELLBINDING EXPERIENCE
    No visit to Port Canaveral is complete without a trip to the amazing Kennedy Space Center. The base of America's space programme, its entry fee is $75 per adult or $70 if a senior. Personally I think it's just a little expensive but still it's a wonderful experience. My wife and I did the visit as part of a larger tour but for reasons out of our control ended up only being there for around 4 hours which just wasn't enough time to see everything. Filled with exhibits, attractions and activities, the complex offers a genuine glimpse into the world of space and technology and is divided into five different mission zones, each fascinating. Really the Center offers you an insight into space exploration, from inception to current and ongoing missions. The highlight for me was sitting in an actual rocket launch control center and experiencing a very realistic mock up of a actual space craft launch, truly spellbinding.
    Visited May 2023
    Traveled as a couple
    Written June 15, 2023
  • Cecilia C
    2 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    NASA employees should have been nicer!!
    I love how it has Ac in the buildings, but it could be a bit colder? And could have has more trees and shade outside also? I saw no one selling hotdogs outside or anything? Maybe it was too hot? Also all the employees were rude and not friendly. But everything was awesome! I recommend ppl to go on colder days. Maybe in autumn 🍂
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written June 15, 2023
  • Lisa B
    4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Space Launch with the family
    We had a great time at Kennedy Space Center with our family. My mother n law is 84 and was hoping to see the rocket launch it was postponed & one of her bucket list. However, they had 2 scheduled and she got to see one launch from Cocoa Beach.
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written June 17, 2023
  • Jeanne V
    Franklin, Wisconsin374 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Very inspirational!
    Visited with my two teens. They weren’t sure about going, but they ended up loving it. We went through most of the attractions. We learned a lot and came away, very inspired about our nations role in space. The only drawback was waiting for the return bus from the Apollo Center. We were out in the heat and humidity in the sun for over 20 minutes. It was pretty miserable. Everything else was very well organized and well planned. If you’re wondering about food, there is a Café in the gateway building and some really fun simulations to do in that building as well. FYI the astronaut training experience is booked months in advance.
    Thanks for the review. Hope to see you again in the near future!
    Written June 25, 2023
    This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written June 21, 2023
  • Liza S
    Tampa, Florida46 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Bucket list item - exceeded all expectations!
    KSC is a must do when in the area! The exhibits are all interesting and educational and be sure to sign up for the Explore Bus Tour (you pay extra for this one) it is worth every penny! Smaller group and tour guide had so much information it was interesting and a learning experience. Everyone was helpful with my Mom needing a wheelchair. The Saturn complex was unbelievable and a must see! Atlantis was also incredible. If you can score tickets to view a launch- do it! Another experience that was worth every penny. Great views, it was an early morning launch and they provided coffee, water, juices, fresh fruit, muffins, granola bars, etc at no extra charge. They also gave each of a KSC water bottle. Between the food and the gift, that alone paid for the ticket for the launch! The launch was delayed but worth it! Seeing a launch that close was a once in a lifetime experience! You will not regret coming here and it is more than worth the price!
    Hi Liza, we’re thrilled to get this kind of feedback. Thank you for taking the time to review us. Hope to see you again in the near future!
    Written June 25, 2023
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    Visited June 2023
    Written June 24, 2023
  • Lee M
    3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great!!!
    We came on a Saturday and got there around 11. There was definitely a long line waiting to get in by that time. Be prepared to feel like you're melting--a lot of the things to see are outside. There was so much to see and do, I think that if we came earlier we could have gotten it all in one day. The indoor playground was my kids favorite part of the day and grown ups can and should go down the slide (just wear pants or socks so your thighs don't face the extreme heat friction going down)!! We didn't see it all in the 7 hours we were there, so it's definitely a 9 hour attraction OR I think it would have been better to split up over 2 days. If you have any space fans or future engineers, this is a must-see stop in Orlando!
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written June 25, 2023
  • Andrea F
    Chicago, Illinois268 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great Day, Very Informative
    We got here as it was opening, which I highly recommend. We tried to do all the outside things first thing since it was getting very hot. The Garden of Rockets was really cool to see. We also enjoyed the Atlantis exhibit. The kids play area was not really good for us. Most of the play things were for older kids and there were far too many kids running around at once in there. Overall there is a lot to see here and it was very informative. Would love to go back one day.
    Hi Andrea, glad to learn your experience was a positive one. Hope to see you again soon!
    Written June 29, 2023
    This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written June 28, 2023
  • PaulD5850
    Shreveport, Louisiana2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    KSC will blow you away
    There is a lot to see so plan to spend the whole day to get the most value from your ticket. The Atlantis Shuttle presentation is a very moving experience. The workers around the displays are very knowledgeable and willing to take their time to answer questions. The Gateway: Deep Space Exploration building is new and very informative about the next steps in space exploration and has some cool simulator rides. Be sure to check the schedule for shows, etc., because some things, like the bus to the Atlas V Center quits running after 3:30. There are plenty of things to keep both young and old interested and involved.
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written June 29, 2023
  • 2seniorcitizens
    594 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Very informative!
    What an interesting place! Be sure and take the Explorer Tour which will take you to the location where the rockets are made and launched. There are several movies to be watched on the various buildings and exhibits everywhere. I certainly learned a lot about the space program. Watching an actual launch on screen to the final countdown was really neat and seeing all that’s involved in getting to that point was especially interesting. We enjoyed the visit and highly recommend- just sad it costs so much for families to enjoy.
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written June 29, 2023
  • JennieM82
    Liverpool, United Kingdom7 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Best day out.
    Fantastic day out. This has been the highlight of out trip to Orlando. Absolutely fascinating place. We went with our 9 year old daughter and there was lots to keep her entertained. She loved the simulators, the big Atlantis slide and soft play. We ate at the orbit cafe. The menu was very inclusive. We are a vegetarian family with one gluten free and we easily found something to eat. Even the burgers came with gluten free buns. The food was fast and easy to order on the app. The only downside was that we didn't have enough time to see everything! We will definitely be returning.
    Visited June 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written June 30, 2023
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Kristine F
2 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Couples
I was looking forward to this visit and now wish I had not gone. We paid a lot of money to find they just cram in as many people as possible.

We were one of the first ones in the park but within a half hour it was so crowded you could not hear anything.
The school groups add to the chaos. I do not understand why they cannot set up designated times for school groups, especially when waiting for the bus.

While most of the exhibits were good, it was so crowded that you could barely get to the placards to read them.

And forget about trying to buy something to eat. You will spend as much time trying to get into the cafe and finding a place to sit as you will waiting to get into some of the exhibits. And many of the seating areas for eating were exposed and soaking wet.

I am particularly disappointed in the bus ride. While they have several busses load at the same time, we still had to stand in line for over an hour to get on it.

Also, they are renovating the IMAX and, due to rain, we missed out on the movie they would show outdoors. The admission is high but supposed to include the IMAX. No compensation offered for missing this.

All in all, some parts were good but I would never come here again.
Written February 21, 2020
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We're very sorry that you had a negative experience during your visit and apologize for the long wait times you experienced. We appreciate your feedback and will pass it forward to management.
Written February 26, 2020
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rwheeler
Santa Clarita, CA813 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Family
The last time I had been to the Kennedy Space Center was about 25 years ago and it stuck with me then. Since then it has only improved with time. As a family we were blown away! Our kids are not STEM kids but take an interest in educational things like our past and future in space and raved about the place.

First of all the park was super clean and after visiting the theme parks it was quiet in comparison. By far this is one of the best museums I have been to in a long time. We showed up without a plan but surprisingly spent 7 hours at the Kennedy Space Center. I would recommend going on the bus tour that is included in your ticket price first so you don’t miss out on it. When on the bus tour and stopping, take the time to watch the videos/re-enactments at the stop.

If you get hungry throughout your day there are plenty of food options and gift shops at reasonable prices. Show up when the center opens and take your time, you won’t regret it.
Written March 24, 2020
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Thank you for the great feedback. We are so glad that we could create a memorable space experience for you and your family!
Written March 30, 2020
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Gordon D
27 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Friends
I have been to KSC twice before. Once about 40 years ago, and again to watch the last shuttle launch (Atlantis) in 2011. It now costs $57 ($50 for 55+) per person just to walk in, $47 for kids. Also $10 to park. It does include the bus ride past the assembly building, and the IMAX shows. The bus ride is restricted if there are launches scheduled soon (an increasing probability) so you don’t see much, especially if sitting on the wrong side. You used to be able to actually go into the building and really get an idea of how large it is. Now you can take a picture through a bus window while leaning over someone. The bus drops you off at a building with the display of the Saturn V and many other great artifacts. You then catch a ride back to the main entrance where the movies, food, an outdoor display of early rockets, a couple of small buildings with child-oriented displays, and gift shop are. Not all movies are easily available, and the food is typically very expensive, $8-11 for a burger/sandwich or chicken strips (although the pulled pork sandwich was good). Go mid-week and you can take in everything. Overall, it’s not a good value but I gave it 3 stars because I love space stuff.
Written January 20, 2020
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Thank you for sharing your feedback. We're sorry your experience did not meet your expectations, we hope you had the chance to check out our other attractions such as Space Shuttle Atlantis and Shuttle Launch Experience during your visit.
Written January 28, 2020
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Scottgee
2 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Family
More of a two day adventure than a single activity. It was very nice to be able to be at the park after closing and to go on the bus tour before the park opened. Sleeping under the rocket was really cool. The tour guides do a good job of keeping things organized as these are almost military style itineraries. There is not 5 minutes of time that hasn't been scheduled from the second you get to the park. They are very accommodating as far as rolling out the red carpet. After released from the troops activities on the second day we were allowed to finally do whatever we wanted for the rest of the day included, which there wasn't much else to see. Seems like we saw it all with the troop. There were experiences that were extra charge and expensive and the prices just weren't reasonable for those. These extra experiences were state of the art but looked like they never got used due to their pricing. I liked my experience overall, however, I would not do it again and at least not any time soon. I personally don't handle authority very well and by the time we had our dinner, I was completely tired of being told where to stand,sit,burp and fart. Dinner was garbage as well as breakfast and I decided to not even eat it. They seemed very stingy in that respect. While the itinerary kept us able to do a lot of activities and it wasn't the tour guides fault as they don't make the schedule; they came off as insensitive jerks in some instances. Maybe they aren't paid very well but after a couple hours of arriving, you start to feel like your not actually wanted there. I'm glad the kids weren't old enough to pick up on these cues but as a parent, I eventually felt like we were imposing. I'm happy for the kids appreciate the staff, they are humans too, but I think the system is broken and there is a disconnect between the youth and their goals versus the experience at kennedy space center. There is room for improvement I guess. Had a decent time but won't be back for a while.
Written February 23, 2020
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We're sorry to hear that parts of your visit did not meet your expectations and we appreciate your feedback. We have passed your comments over to our education and catering team to address these issues for future overnight adventures. Thank you for taking the time to let us know about your experience.
Written March 10, 2020
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Peter T
Grootbos Private Nature Reserve, South Africa4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020
We visited the KSC on Thu Feb 7 2020. My wife and I had a great time exploring the displays, learning more about (and remembering) the history of mans journey into space. I highly recommend purchasing the extra tours on offer, to gain more insight and to experience better viewing of the different areas of the KSC that are not included in the general admission price. Make sure to take in the Apollo 8 launch when doing the Explore Tour. We will be back to experience more of the centre and to partake in all of the optional tours on offer. Best to plan for at least a couple of days if you want to do this.
Written February 9, 2020
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Thanks for the great feedback! We are glad that you enjoyed your visit with us and can't wait to see you again soon.
Written February 20, 2020
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TravelerCentralFLA
Clermont, FL1,699 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
My family and I visited the Kennedy Space Center recently. We have lived in Florida for over a decade, but for some reason we had not made time to visit the Space Center. We arrived near opening and stayed to almost closing time. We did not have time to see everything, but we were able to see most of the highlights. The Space Center is very visitor friendly. They have restrooms conveniently located throughout the property as well as drinking fountains. There are many tours available above and beyond the normal displays.
They do have restaurants that serve food. However, we brought our own packed lunches. I understand glass bottles, hard-sided coolers, and outside alcoholic beverages are not allowed, but they had no problem with our sandwiches, snacks, and water bottles.
We started the day by taking the bus tour. The bus tour is included in admission and drives out to the Apollo Program exhibit. Our driver was very informative and we were able to see the crawlers that the rockets are transported on from the Vehicle Assembly Building to the launch pads. We also saw the launch pads that have been used for the Apollo moon missions and the Space Shuttle program. It was fascinating. The Apollo and Saturn V rocket display was very interesting. There are some terrific explanatory displays and films. it was great to be able to see so many artifacts from moon rocks to rockets. After touring the Apollo Center we rode the bus back to the main campus of the Visitor's Center. On the bus ride back to the main campus we were able to see native Florida wildlife like alligators and bald eagles.
The main area of the visitor's center has some very interesting exhibits. One of my favorites was the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit. The Space Shuttle is on display with the cargo bay doors opened and the robotic arm extended. It was amazing to be up close to a vehicle that had made dozens of journeys into space. The memorial area for the crews of the Space Shuttles Challenger and Columbia was well done and quite moving.
We also enjoyed walking around the rocket garden and getting a perspective on the development of the various rockets used in the space program.
There is so much to see at the Kennedy Space Center that we were not able to see it all in one day. We are planning to go back soon.
I highly recommend a visit to the Kennedy Space Center.
Written January 4, 2020
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We are so glad that you enjoyed your visit with us! We strive to tell the NASA story and inspire all people to support the exploration of space. Thank you for the great feedback and we hope to see you again soon!
Written January 14, 2020
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Homecroft56
Nineveh, IN464 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2021
Only open 10-4 due to Covid, and you must purchase tickets in advance to limit crowd size. We arrived at 10:30 thinking that we could see it all in 4 hours. Last time we were here was in 1998 - it seems much larger now. We stayed until closing time and still didn't see it all. The bus rides to the Vehicle Assembly Building are closed due to Covid. We would have needed two days if that had been open. Social distancing wasn't an issue except on the simulator ride. They only take 50% capacity, but when they load you in the ride they squeeze everyone together and leave the back half empty! Does common sense not exist anymore? Very interesting place to visit - especially for us that grew up in the 60's and were part of the space race. Restaurant on site, good stop for lunch. Will come back.
Written March 15, 2021
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Thank you for the review. Have a great day!
Written March 20, 2021
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Sharon M
Erie, PA24 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
Too many people and not enough attractions. Should be on a timed basis as we waited 2.5 hours to go on a bus tour that circled a building. Food lines were all crowded with lines outside. Extra activties were all sold out prior to our arrival so we could really only do a few things and even going to see the shuttle was another 3 hour line. The half star was for the omni max theater show on going to mars. That was great but not at over $110 dollars to see a movie, take a bus ride, and play in the kid area. Stay clear if you or your kids have sensory issues, the noise and people are non-stop with no place to sit down and limited outdoor tables to grab a snack. Truly disappointed. Save your money and go to the free Air Museum in Ohio, Great place for all day activity, its free, parking is free, and it doesn't cost $5.00 for a little bag of popcorn.
Written January 27, 2020
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We are sorry to hear about your experience, Sharon. We value it immensely and will take it into consideration as we continue to improve our customer experience next year during the busy holiday season. We hope you will consider a return visit in the future.
Written February 4, 2020
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Lisa T
Grand Rapids, MI34 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
We visited the Kennedy Space Center on December 27, one of the busiest days of the year. We arrived at opening time and waited about 15 minutes to park; we were told that lines for parking were much longer even an hour later, so get there EARLY! We scheduled an Explore Tour for mid afternoon mainly as a way to avoid the lengthy bus lines that were predicted for the holiday week. This worked well for us, as we were then able to go to the Atlantis exhibit immediately after arriving and avoid those lines too. Lines for the regular bus rides quickly exceeded 2 hours (they were about 45 minutes right away at opening, so if you don't do the Explore Tour, go here first!), while we were able to get right on the bus at our appointed tour time with no wait. While the Explore Tour was convenient for the week we were there, I wouldn't say it was anything really exceptional. We saw the outside of the assembly building, and we did see the launchpads. We were able to get off the bus at 3 locations, but it was raining, so that made it a little less appealing. The ending destination, the Saturn V, is amazing! Lines to get on buses back to the Visitor Center moved very quickly. We were at Kennedy from about 9am to 6pm, We were able to tour the Atlantis exhibit (including the shuttle launch experience, which is cool and not nearly as intense as most theme park rides...don't be afraid to try it!), see an IMAX movie, check out Journey to Mars, do the Explore Tour, and tour the Apollo/Saturn V Center. By that time, we were worn out, and the line for Heroes and Legends was still long enough that we elected to skip it. You definitely need a full day here, especially during busy times. As for food, we packed lunch and walked back out to the parking lot to eat, hoping to avoid an expensive fast-food meal. The down side to that was we had to go through security all over again to get back in, and by that time the lines were LONG!! There was not a very good system for re-entry. Then again, the food lines were long too, so maybe we still came out ahead! Overall, this was an educational, interesting day, but by the end we felt like we had "space overload." It's definitely a great place to visit at least once. Kudos to the staff who were very helpful in trying to accommodate everyone during such a busy week!
Written January 7, 2020
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Thanks for the great feedback! We are glad that you enjoyed your visit with us and appreciate your patience during the busy holiday season.
Written January 14, 2020
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Suzy SanMar
4 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
I was very excited to see this but ended up really somewhat disappointed with how they have made it into an overpriced theme park. It is very cool to se the rockets, space shuttle and launch pads. But public money paid for most of it. It should be more like a science museum or public tour than an overpriced theme park. The entry fee was very steep - like $100 fir two senior admissions. I can’t even imagine how expensive for a family. The lines were unpleasantly long. The food service was ridiculously inefficient. They need to fix that. The bus tour was just ok (sorry but one launch pad looks just like the next, and of course you need a big building to build rockets and a big vehicle to move the. Dog bites man, big deal.). They should separate a lot of the simulation and game activities so that those who only want history do not have to pay for the rest. I say that as someone who did one of the sims, which was good, but, I would ave been fine without any of them, like a museum. Lastly, I thought a lot of their materials, videos and write ups were too much like NASA propaganda instead of like history and there was too much piped in fake-inspirational hero music piped in anywhere. Everyone recommends going in the morning and doing the bus tour first but if it’s not a really hit time of year I would recommend starting later because the lines quieted down. The rockets and space shuttle were interesting but as a citizen who helped pay for them I should be able to see them in a dignified environment for a fair fee and not have to pay for a glorified theme park, the carnival atmosphere of which diminishes the hard work and sacrifice of our space pioneers.
Written January 25, 2020
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Thank you for sharing your feedback. We appreciate you taking the time to let us know about your experience. The visitor complex is actually not funded by U.S. tax dollars. Instead it is funded by visitor-generated revenue. This is the business model chosen by NASA for the visitor complex which allows us to maintain and add new exhibits such as the $100 million Space Shuttle Atlantis in 2013 and the $10 million Heroes and Legends in 2016. We hope you'll consider a return visit in the future and apologize for any inconveniences you experienced during your visit.
Written January 28, 2020
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