KENNEDY SPACE CENTER TICKETS
$45.99 – $55.99
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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER TICKETS
You'll need the whole day, maybe even two, at Kennedy Space Center in order to witness all the interesting and amazing space exhibit. Buy a Kennedy Space Center Discount Tickets and enjoy a whole new world! Located on Merritt Island of Florida, the center is north-northwest of Cape Canaveral on the Atlantic Ocean, midway between Miami and Jacksonville on Florida's Space Coast.
- Kennedy Space Center admission
- Choose the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Admission
INCLUDED WITH DAILY ADMISSION
- Space Shuttle Atlantis®
- Shuttle Launch Experience®
- Heroes and Legends featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame® presented by Boeing®
- Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour including Apollo/Saturn V Center
- Journey to Mars: Explorers Wanted
- Astronaut Encounter
- IMAX® Theater 3D Films
- Rocket Launch Viewing (when available)
- Numerous Shows and Exhibits
The John F. Kennedy Space Center (KSC) is the United States launch site that has been used for every NASA human space flight since 1968. Although such flights are currently on hiatus, KSC continues to manage and operate unmanned rocket launch facilities for the U.S. government's civilian space program from three pads at the adjoining Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Kennedy Space Center was created and has evolved to meet the changing needs of America's manned space program, initially in competition with the Soviet Union. What is today KSC was authorized in 1958 during the administration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Though the first Apollo flights, and all Project Mercury and Project Gemini flights took off from CCAFS, the launches were managed by KSC and its previous organization, the Launch Operations Directorate. Starting with the fourth Gemini mission, the NASA launch control center in Florida (Mercury Control Center, later the Launch Control Center) began handing off control of the vehicle to the Mission Control Center shortly after liftoff; prior missions held control throughout the entire mission.
Additionally, the center manages launch of robotic and commercial crew missions, researches food production and In-Situ Resource Utilization for off Earth exploration, and more. Since 2010, the center has worked to become a multi-user spaceport through industry partnerships, even adding a new launchpad (LC-39C) in 2015.
There are about 700 facilities grouped across the center's 144,000 acres. Among the unique facilities at KSC is the 525 ft tall Vehicle Assembly Building for stacking NASA's largest rockets, Operations and Checkout Building which houses the astronaut crew quarters, and the 3-mile-long Shuttle Landing Facility. There is also a Visitor Complex open to the public on-site.
These tickets are valid for single-day admission to the Visitor Complex.
Location - SR 405, Kennedy Space Center, FL, 32899