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Welcome to the Greatest Space Adventure on Earth! Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is the only place in the world where you can see the real space shuttle Atlantis, touch a moon rock, meet a veteran NASA astronaut, tour a NASA spaceflight...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
State Road 405, Merrit Island, Titusville, FL 32899
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it is 60 miles from where we stayed in Orlando and good road trip till KSC.
Lots of history to see and the future to see as well. Each exhibit was well thought out and had lots of entertainment. The price is a little expensive...More
Would love to have seen more on the history, science and engineering that makes it all happen. Not really a hands on museum, and not really a learning experience. Overpriced for what amounts to some flashy visuals.
Had a good time here, loved the bus tour and the history behind the United States going to space. A must stop if your ever in Orlando or Daytona. The exhibits were awesome and so was the dialogue of the tour guide on the bus.
The Kennedy center is a must visit with or without the kids. The historical education displayed is astonishing. They have it all... astronaut hall of fame, space shuttle simulator, and a delicious cafeteria. Highly recommend!😎
This place is really worth a visit. We went with 3 kids age 8,12,14. They kept on asking question after question and truly enjoyed exploring the many exhibitions. I’m quite sure they brought home a lot of new knowledge. There is so much good information...More
I've been three times- the over 30 years ago, the second around 18 years ago, and most recently, today.
I am impressed at how the visitor complex has been maintained and kept current. There is a strong nod to history and the past, of course-...More
Visited on a weekday and we had no problems with crowds - every exhibit was easily accessible - no queues. We absolutely loved the bus tour - so informative and fun. We also enjoyed the views from the Hubble and Apollo exhibit. Easily spend a...More
Do not miss the Atlantis exhibit. The reveal of Atlantis is one of the best things I've ever seen - awe inspiring. They did a good job of not making the mistake of overloading visitors with information and heavy reading. Signs are easy to read...More
I went with my father in law and brother in law and we all had a great day. You need to allow a full day to see everything properly. We got there at about 12pm and by the time we had seen and done a...More
I don’t know what other activities you are planning to do in Florida, but we took the visit to the Space Center as a “rest day” with both of our teenagers. There are so many things to see that i think the add ones are an... More
I don’t know what other activities you are planning to do in Florida, but we took the visit to the Space Center as a “rest day” with both of our teenagers. There are so many things to see that i think the add ones are an overkill, making the experience exhausting, when it can simply be informative and enriching. I wouldn’t do the add ons, arrive at around 10 am or earlier and you will be able to enjoy the entire facility fully, with some time to enjoy a meal.