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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex: Admission Ticket

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex: Admission Ticket

From US$ 60.99 per person

Bring out your inner astronaut and enjoy a full day of unique experiences at the world's most authentic space attraction - NASA's Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

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Duration 8 hours
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  • See the actual space shuttle Atlantis on display
  • Stand in amazement under the gigantic Saturn V, the largest rocket ever flown
  • Experience interactive simulators, live shows and educational exhibits
  • Feel the rumble of a lift off on the Shuttle Launch Experience®
  • Explore the planets in the new kids Planet Play
Full description
Enjoy many exhibits, shows, and attractions at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, including Space Shuttle Atlantis®, Shuttle Launch Experience, Rocket Garden, and Heroes & Legends featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame presented by Boeing®. Experience the exhibit "Journey to Mars: Explorers Wanted", which includes a live interactive theater presentation about the Red Planet. Head to the Apollo/Saturn V Center via a Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour, which features a fully restored, massive Saturn V rocket, one of only 3 in the world. At Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex you'll have the opportunity to explore the world’s largest collection of astronaut memorabilia. Not only will you see tributes to the heroes of the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and Space Shuttle Programs, but what is happening now and next at Kennedy Space Center, America’s multi-user spaceport.
  • Admission to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
  • All shows and exhibits and most attractions
  • Apollo/Saturn V Center
  • 3D space films
  • Guided tour
  • Astronaut Training Experience®
  • Transportation
  • Food and drinks
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Upon arrival, bypass the Ticket Plaza and present your tickets at the turnstile.

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Important information

Not allowed

  • Weapons or sharp objects

Know before you go

  • Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral are working space launch facilities, so tours may be altered or closed due to operational requirements
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.6 /5

based on 2597 reviews

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Stop at the Visitor Center before going any further. They helped a lot with a map and specific instructions on how to make the most of the day. Be sure to follow the schedule for things like the IMAX theater and go 15 minutes early or you might not get in the time you want to. For lunch, the hamburgers on site were great, the chicken sandwich, not as good. The salads looked like a great selection too. Although really crowded, everything moved pretty quickly. Kennedy Space Center is a great place to visit, young or old. You're outside walking between exhibits, so watch the weather forecast before you go. When you're inside, there's a lot of standing and walking around as you view everything. It was very educational and interesting!

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January 24, 2022

Everything was wonderful with the sole exception being the ticket taker lady. She was rude. After spending nearing 200.00 on entry fee, she would not take my barcode claiming it was from a 3rd party. After a great hassle we enjoyed our 6 hour day in the park. The food could have better options.

January 3, 2022

The major exhibits are outstanding and unique. Where else could you see an actual shuttle and grasp the scale of the rockets? The films conveyed a sense of space and the personal stories that shaped our nation's experiences. Room for improvement: 1. More site maps and guiding signs pointing to key locations. 2. A few human guides to help people find an exhibit, help explain what an exhibit is about, point to the end of a particular line (when several intersect) or to advise when a line is too long to get into a particular theater (so that people don't get turned away after standing in line). With many visitors that day, things felt disorganized. 3. More emphasis on NASA's mission, less on shops, eateries and street entertainers. Some places that sold things seemed to be more clearly marked than the exhibits. Also, should a juggler/magician draw a bigger crowd than a space exhibit?

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December 29, 2021

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