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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Titusville

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The world of space exploration and discovery awaits you at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Adjacent to NASA's Kennedy Space Center launch site, the complex offers a behind-the-scenes look at the astronauts' world through interactive exhibits, simulations, and guided tours. Take a bus tour to the observation platform at Launch Complex 39 for views of both launch pads and the space center. At the Shuttle Launch Experience, you can get a hint of what the astronauts feel when they're launched into space. Stop by the Astronaut Hall of Fame, and later walk through the Rocket Garden. Tours sell out, so it's smart to buy tickets in advance. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and many more Titusville attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Titusville trip itinerary builder.
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  • This was the highlight of our trip to Florida. Absolutely amazing, incredible, extremely educational! I loved the centre - it was fantastic but we missed so much. Just not enough time in a day. The Ap...  more »
  • What an amazing place. Starting with the Rocket Garden and ending with Atlantis! this place is fabulous! Educational, interesting, and fun! Plenty of opportunity to learn about the past, present and f...  more »
  • After watching a rocket launch, we visited the space centre. We caught the bus tour around to the launch pads and it was fantastic!!!! It was an extremely hot day so we stayed indoors mostly. Well wor...  more »
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  • I was so excited to go and not disappointed at all. We got there fairly early and did the bus tour which I would highly recommend, our driver was very entertaining and knowledgeable. The taxi driver who drive us there and back grew up near the centre when it was built and his father worked there, he suggested we do the bus tour first then start at the Atlantis display and work your way to the exit from there. We only had limited time there but it was worth every penny and would highly recommend this venue to anybody
  • I love all things NASA so I probably couldn't have a bad time here. That being said, there is a lot to see and do here. So much history and cutting edge technology and engineering. Regardless of one's beliefs or position on things, it's truly amazing to see what this country can do when it puts it's mind and energy behind something. There is stuff for all ages. Big gift shop and food isn't bad.
  • For an admitted space geek, there is little more awe inspiring than the curtain rising in the Atlantis exhibit opening presentation! Well Done! Saturn V Center also very well done. Good enough for us to go multiple times --- from West Texas! If you get the chance - DEFINITELY go on the tour with Launch Director Mike Leinbach. He humanizes the space program better than anyone!
  • I visited Kennedy Space Center during a "friend-cation" to Orlando. We went on a Saturday and had a great experience! During our trip, we were able to go on the bus tour. The bus drivers were enthusiastic and personable, pointing out wildlife along our journey. We also enjoyed the Firing Room, the Atlantis exhibit (and the slide!), and the IMAX movie narrated by Jennifer Lawrence. We loved the giant salads at the Orbit Cafe. Overall, it was a great experience with no negative feedback. I would definitely recommend to anyone visiting the area.
  • We absolutely loved this place. I wish I would have allowed for two days for our trip. We couldn't believe how many great attractions Kennedy offers in addition to a great cafe at the Saturn V site, where you can eat under an actual rocket ship or outside on a beautiful patio overlooking the launch sites. I went with three adults and a teenager. All of us had a blast. I suggest going to the hall of astronauts, taking the rocket garden tour, hopping on the bus to Saturn V, have lunch come back and go to an IMAX presentation followed by the Atlantis presentation. We did it this way and it worked out perfectly. Oh and don't forget the gift shop😉