Learn what awaits you at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. From Space Shuttle Atlantis to the Rocket Garden, everything is a must see!
You will receive an email 24 hrs prior to the travel date with your gate ready barcode tickets. Upon arrival to Kennedy Space Center Visitor complex, bypass the Ticket Plaza and present your tickets at the turnstile.What if I am not able to use the tickets on the travel date?
Your gate ready barcode tickets are valid for 6 months from the issue date listed on the tickets.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is an out of this world destination not to be missed. NASA’s launch and landing HQ promises a day of fun and a lifetime of inspiration as you tour launch areas, meet a real astronaut, walk beneath a massive moon rocket, launch aboard the Shuttle Launch Experience and even view a live rocket launch. Less than one hour from Orlando is NASA’s launch headquarters – the Kennedy Space Center (KSC). The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex offers a fascinating, behind-the-scenes look at the U.S. space program.
Tour NASA’s spaceport and see space shuttle launch pads included in the Kennedy Space Center Bus tour. Walk beneath a massive Saturn V rocket and relive Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon. Meet a real Astronaut, stroll through the Rocket Garden, and enjoy five-story IMAX® space films.
Space Shuttle Atlantis and Heroes and Legends – NOW OPEN AND INCLUDED AT NO EXTRA CHARGE!
The world’s most comprehensive attraction devoted to the space shuttle, the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex’s new Space Shuttle Atlantis display brings visitors nose-to-nose with the priceless Atlantis spacecraft as only astronauts have seen it before – with payload bay doors open as if it were floating in space.
More than 60 interactive touchscreen experiences and high-tech simulators invite guests to “be the astronaut,” bringing to life the people, passion, and patriotism behind NASA’s 30-year Space Shuttle program. Witness the dazzling complexity of the engineering marvel that launched the Hubble Space Telescope and built the International Space Station (ISS).