We visited on the afternoon of Monday, March 17th. It was easy to find. And once you got close you could see the tallest Rockets guiding you to the area. It was not terribly busy and we were able to park in the closest parking lot. Entry fee for an adult (13 and up) is $20. This seems a bit too expensive to me. The inside exhibits were interesting and I think I most enjoyed the Saturn V Rocket, the Apollo 16 Capsule and the Lunar Excursion Module. The Mobile Quarantine Facility Trailer was also very fascinating. Especially with the indoor exhibits, you may have to navigate your way through many, many groups of kids from the Space Camp. It was fun seeing so many youngsters having a great time. The outdoor exhibits were for the most part also very fascinating. Some of the exhibits look very worn and it seems like you are walking through a junk yard. But at the same time I will probably never see anything like this again. We were too late to make it on the Bus tour of the Marshall Space Flight Center. This sounds like a nice tour and if I make it back to Huntsville, I will make sure I do this bus tour. All in all it was a very nice visit and would have liked it even more if it were not quite so expensive.