Take a chance to explore space travel, and experience history in the making! Tour restricted areas and walk under the massive Saturn V rocket at the Kennedy Space Center. Later, join us for an airboat ride to discover the flora and fauna of nearby swamps.
What to Expect
Your tour to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex promises an exciting day for the whole family!
Learn all about space travel on your visit to this amazing institution. During the narrated NASA bus tour, you will find yourself standing inside the launch control room and looking at an actual Saturn V rocket, the largest rocket ever to fly! You can also take pictures of the shuttle launch pads. With a little luck, you might even see a space shuttle there!
Also at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, enjoy the Shuttle Launch Experience. This simulator ride began in May 2007, and replicates the sights, sounds and feelings of a shuttle launch. Feel the incredible journey of launching into space and orbiting Earth from an astronaut's point of view.
Guest Crew members strap in and go vertical for launch in a one- of-a-kind motion-based simulator, the only realistic simulation of a launch ever created. The 5-minute experience sequence culminates with a breath-taking view of the Earth.
After the bus tour, sit back and enjoy an IMAX movie. Be sure to check out the new 3D IMAX Magnificent Desolation. Why not choose to stroll through a real-size space shuttle, look at a moon rock or try space ice cream? This is a day of fun for the whole family!
Your tour includes a 30-minute airboat ride to discover the beauty of the nearby swamps! Look for exotic plants, flowers and wildlife including the most famous inhabitant of the swamp... the alligator!
- Round-trip transportation from Orlando, Kissimmee, Disney or Lake Buena Vista meeting points
- Admission ticket for Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex
- 30-minute Air Boat Ride on the St. Johns River
What's Not Included
- Optional Gratuities
- Food and Beverages
Know Before You Go
This product must be purchased at least 7 days before your planned date.
Bring a Camera to Capture all of the Amazing Sights.
Kennedy Space Center is closed on December 25th.
This tour is not valid on Space Shuttle Launch days.
Cancellation Policy: cancellation/no-show fee is $35 within a 24 hour period.
Availability and pricing for an attraction or service are subject to change without notice.