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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Titusville

Categories: Observatories, Specialty Museums, Museums
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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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  • Arrived about 10, Try and arrive earlier if you can there is so much to do. We were in the queue for half an hour. Go to the information centre before going through the entrance an excellent lady on t...  read more »
  • The place is nice and there are a lot of products to buy, but it lacks many things which could be increased. The Simulator is not realistic.
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  • We visited the Kennedy space center with the audio guide in french is better. j always wanted to see this place d left the men to the Moon and space .visited set was American, then the building with the audio tour guide or we see rockets and the show 3 d, the command room, the shuttle Atlantis etc etc. There is also a memorial dedicated to the astronaut killed in the different missions.respect. I do not regret this visit because c is fantastic I recommend this tour anyway.
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  • This place is great for old and young. I had so much fun there I love to go back with my family. You will great first hand look at rocket and new rocket of that are coming to past. your kids will love it for they will get go start about learning science and math. if you planing group tour call Kincaid of Panama City they help you and group get their and back like rocket but safely.
  • The Visitor's Complex for Kennedy Space Center is a great day trip for everyone. The Complex is privately owned so there is a hefty admission fee just like any other theme park, but it's definitely worth it. I also recommend adding on bus tour. They recently shortened the free bus tour that you get with admission to include much less so adding something else on will show you a lot more of Kennedy. Don't miss Atlantis. It's the best part of the whole park.
  • We absolutely loved our visit to Kennedy Space Center. Everything is well organized, the workers are attentive and efficient. There are a variety of activities in which you can see actual rockets, launch sites, the space shuttle Endeavor and more. They have made the most of an opportunity to both educate and entertain with their guided tours, IMAX theater, space shuttle and rocket displays, food and shopping. We loved the launch simulator which is said to be very much like the real thing. I'd recommend getting advance tickets for any special tours and the entrance. This will save time when you get there and go through the entry and security gate. I'm once again excited about the future of space exploration in America.
  • This is the BEST place to visit in central Florida. I've grown up here with the space program and seen this visitor center expand and improve over the years. It's now gotten to the point that you can't see everything in one day if you take an extended bus tour, so plan on two days to see it all!
  • Absolutely awe-inspiring. If you go (and you should) make sure to go on a bus tour and see the Atlantis exhibit. My friend and I did the bus tour first, and were not disappointed. They take you up close to the VAB, SpaceX, and Boeing hangars, as well as several launch pads. After the tour is over, they drop you off at an on-base exhibit focused on the Moon Landing. I won't spoil the Atlantis exhibit, but will only say it was the high point of the trip for me. Don't skip it.
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