Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
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- 98%Budget Travelers
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Member Reviews (53)
- Kennedy Space Center Visitor ComplexMember ofLocal CultureBusiness TravelersFamily Travelers+ 1Jan 28, 2014
Just over an hour's drive from the villa this is somewhere that really should be on everyone's list to do at least once. Make a day of it and take in one of the bus tours.
It took just 66 years from man's first powered flight to landing on the moon and here your can see all about our exploration of space. A good cafeteria and an excellent gift shop.
Educational and inspiring.
- Kennedy Space Center Visitor ComplexJan 16, 2014
We travelled to the Kennedy Space Center Complex with two adults, two grandparents and three children aged 7, 5, and 2. We had received an online package that included our tickets and lunch for the day. We brought our own water and snacks. What a great day, they had air conditioned buses for the tour of the facility and then lots to see and do once we got back to the main facility. the lineup to get in was a bit long, but there was lots of shade and toilets nearby.Recommended for:
- Kennedy Space Center Visitor ComplexMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3Nov 11, 2013
Kennedy Space Center is the home of NASA on the east coast is has a Visitor Center. You will need about 4 to 6 hours to visit. Disability Access and disability parking is available.Recommended for:
- Kennedy Space Center Visitor ComplexMember ofWellnessGreen TravelersStudents+ 1Oct 18, 2013
Even if you're only in Orlando for a couple of days, you've got to make time for a day trip over to the Space Coast. The Kennedy Space Center is an amazing place. At first, it seems almost too much like Orlando's theme parks. But once you walk around, checking out the exhibits (like the rocket park and the space shuttle simulator) and take a bus tour of the NASA facilities, you'll be impressed. Plan on spending the whole day here (arrive early) and if you want to have lunch or a meet-and-greet with an astronaut, check the website schedules and buy tickets in advance.Recommended for:
- Kennedy Space Center Visitor ComplexMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFamily Travelers+ 4Aug 13, 2013
The Space Center is a must-see for aspiring young astronauts or science lovers. The experience is good for all ages and both informative and interesting. We happened upon a shuttle launch last time we visited which was incredible, even when viewed from the bus stop!
- Kennedy Space Center Visitor ComplexApr 27, 2013
The shuttle program may be over, but the space center still has a WOW factor.
The tour includes a stop at the four-story LC-39 Observation Gantry where you get a bird's eye view of the Space Shuttle launch pads and parts of the world's busiest space launch facility.
The second tour stop is the acclaimed Apollo/Saturn V Center, where you will walk beneath a massive Saturn V rocket, relive Neil Armstrong's first steps on the moon, and experience the thunderous rumble of a Saturn V moon rocket lift off.
Your day continues with IMAX movie screenings of "Hubble 3D." Hubble 3D offers an inspiring and unique look into the Hubble Space Telescope’s legacy and highlights its profound impact on the way we view the universe and ourselves.
- Kennedy Space Center Visitor ComplexMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 1Sep 11, 2012
The Kennedy Space Center was something I had seen advertised in the airport on my many trips to Orlando, but I had never gone. Bored with Walt Disney World, I decided to drive out to the Cape to see what there was.
The Kennedy Space Center is a visitor's center for the larger space launch complex. It has several types of rockets on display, a space shuttle, which seems much smaller than you might imagine, especially on the inside. You can have lunch with an astronaut with reservations (although about 200 other people will join you too), and take a bus tour of the launch sites.