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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

The Kennedy Space Center tour begins with a 45-minute drive from Orlando. In the Visitor Complex, see the rockets from all ages of space research in the Rocket Garden and a real Gemini showcase on display at Space Exploration in the Beginning. Walk underneath a huge Saturn V rocket, one of the most powerful ever built, in Apollo / Saturn V Center and relive the first steps of Neil Armstrong on the moon, and experience the roar of a rocket launch!

Continue watching two space films on IMAX's five-story screen - IMAX® A Beautiful Planet and 3D Space Travel, which will take you on a virtual journey through the International Space Station.

Go to the Astronaut Encounter to hear astronauts talking about their experiences and you can take pictures with these heroes. End your day by embarking on a replica of the space shuttle and get ready for a virtual launch in space in Space Shuttle Launch Experience. Orbite the Earth in this stunning simulation, reproducing the sights, sounds and sensations of an authentic space shuttle launch. Finally, relax aboard the bus on the way back to Orlando.


  • Transportation of central boarding sites to the Kennedy Space Center;
  • IMAX movies;
  • All the shows and exhibits;
  • Kennedy Space Ride Center by NASA launch headquarters;
  • Local taxes.

Not included

  • Tips (optional);
  • Food and drink (available for purchase).

Departure point: The tour starts from selected venues in Orlando.

Departure time: The tour departs between 7:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. (exact time to be notified upon reconfirmation).



Contact us for optional tours:

Lunch with an astronaut: Upgrade the tour for lunch with an astronaut! Have lunch with a member of the NASA Astronaut Corps and ask everything you've ever wanted to know about what it's like to be in space.

Space Pass Plus: combines all of the above with a guided tour of the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB), the NASA Causeway and the A / B photo stop, and watch the countdown clock in the press room, a used shuttle to move the Apollo rockets on the Moon and the Operations and Checkout building.