Admission to KSC Visitor Complex features Heroes and Legends, Saturn V Center, Space Shuttle Atlantis, and more
About This Deal
- $57 Adult Admission (ages 12+)
- $47 Child Admission (ages 3-11)
- Free Admission for children 2 and under. No ticket required.
Tickets are valid for single-day admission any day through 12/1/2022. Last entry to the visitor complex ends an hour before closing.
Attractions included with Admission:
- Heroes and Legends featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame®
- Apollo/Saturn V Center
- New Planet Play
- Space Shuttle Atlantis ® with Shuttle Launch Experience®
- NASA Now
- Rocket Garden
- Journey to Mars: Explorers Wanted
- IMAX Theater
- Character appearances
About Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex celebrates the past, present, and future of space travel with educational exhibits and hands-on activities for visitors of all ages. And as a reminder that the history contained here is still being written, the center displays a countdown clock marking off the seconds until the next scheduled launch.
- Size: The sprawling complex contains dozens of sites, simplified by sample itineraries that suggest guests plan to spend eight hours exploring some of the most popular exhibits and attractions.
- Eye-Catcher: See the 363-foot Saturn V rocket, the largest rocket ever made, and watch in wonder as that magic journey to the moon is brought to life once again at the Apollo/Saturn V Center.
- Permanent Mainstay: The actual space shuttle Atlantis serves as the centerpiece of an exhibit on the history of the NASA shuttle program, surrounded by interactive exhibits.
- Don't Miss: The center provides guests with the opportunity to touch an actual moon rock at the Apollo/Saturn V Center.
- Hands-On Experience: The Shuttle Launch Experience recreates the thrill of takeoff with its realistic simulation of the ascent into orbit, and includes testimonials by veteran astronauts and stunning views of Earth.
- Special Programs: Guests can train like the next generation of space explorers who will travel to Mars in the Astronaut Training Experience®. Using exciting and immersive simulation technology, you and your team will work together to solve real-world problems using authentic NASA science.