American Space Museum and Walk of Fame, Titusville

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TripAdvisor
  • If you are looking to get a taste of space, American Space Museum is a great option. Located in Downtown Titusville, the museum is full of displays and exhibits from U.S. and Russian space exploration...  more »
  • First of all Mike is fantastic!! What an excellent happen chance meet up with him. He wasn't scheduled to give any tours, had only shown up for a meeting. He gave us a great tour even though he had a ...  more »
  • A great place to visit to learn about the "Golden Era" of US and Soviet/Russian space exploration. Many of the exhibits convey the experiences and traditions of folks who supported the space program. ...  more »
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  • Was awesome and had a great tour, the tour guide was very informative. And the kids loved it, a must see.
  • My wife and I just finished up our tour here. Was less than 10 minutes away from our hotel, Fairfield Inn, on Helen Hauser Blvd. Small place, but FULL of memorabilia, and our tour guide, Mike, was VERY knowledgeable, and very friendly. He knew his stuff. They have their hands on many pieces from the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo programs, as well as, the Space Shuttle program. Only $10 a person is well worth it. We spent a solid 2 1/2 hours walking through each phase in American Space flight. Will come back for sure next time we come up this way. 5 stars.
  • For the unveiling of their new 'Mercury Room', my husband and I decided to tour the museum. It was far more intricate than I had expected. Each section/room focuses on a different era/mission. I enjoyed seeing the actual memorabilia from the different shuttles and crew, as well as learning from our guide about how some of the items came to be in their possession (like a door found in a scrap yard!). In the room with the models is an actual command console that kids can play with while at the end of the museum we learned about the machine they used to check all systems before a launch during the sixties. That was the most impressive thing there! It was a giant switchboard that our guide actually used to play a videotape. I couldn't believe it still worked. We probably spent an hour total there; first walking around reading about each piece on our own and then with a guide (which I would recommend).
  • My boys and I had a great time during our visit. Definitely take advantage of the tour. Our docent was very knowledgeable and made our visit both fun and educational. They have a great gift shop. Lots of items your kids are sure to enjoy!
  • Absolutely fascinating and the TRUE meaning of awesome!