Kennedy Space Center
NASA Kennedy Space Center Museum in Orlando, USA
NASA Kennedy Space Center Museum in Orlando, USA

Kennedy Space Center Tours and Tickets

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The Kennedy Space Center has been hurtling humans and shuttles into space since 1968 and is still a primary site for NASA launches. Parts of the sprawling campus are open to the public. On daily tours, you can interact with astronauts, try simulated space flights and an astronaut training experience, and see artifacts from the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo programs.

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Catherine_H, Oct 2023
Kennedy Space center
Easy pick up at Icon Park, then Angeline was great to explain how to organize the day. Kennedy Space center is a super place to visit whenever you are à kid or and adult ! Whatever your âge, you will be a kid. The shuttle launch simulator is particularly great !!
Francine_R, Nov 2023
Great expérience
Atlantis take off was memorable. We loved everything . Bus tour was wonderful and helpful. Very easy to see everything we wanted to see in one full day
Jodi_O, Nov 2023
The tour director,...
The tour director, Angelina, was fantastic. She had a great plan for the day and was very knowledgeable.
Raymond_B, Nov 2023
Wonderful experience
A memorable day at Kennedy Space Centre. Excellent communication throughout. Angelina was a very Informative tour guide from Grayline. Would highly recommend this tour.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are Kennedy Space Center hours of operation?
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Kennedy Space Center hours of operation: . Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
People Also Ask
Q:How much does it cost to go to the Kennedy Space Center?
A:1-day tickets to Kennedy Space Center cost $75 for adults and $65 for children; 2-day tickets cost $89 for adults and $79 for children. You need two days to see all the attractions and exhibits, including the KSC Bus Tour, Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex, the Apollo/Saturn V Center, astronaut appearances, and more.
Q:Can you visit the Kennedy Space Center for free?
A:No, you cannot visit Kennedy Space Center for free. Tickets—which you can buy in person or online—are $64–$75 for 1-day access and $79–$89 for 2-day access. You should take 2 days to explore the vast visitor complex, which includes the Apollo/Saturn V Center, the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame®, KSC Bus Tour, and more.
Q:Do you need to book Kennedy Space Center in advance?
A:No, you do not need to book tickets to Kennedy Space Center in advance; you can simply walk up and purchase tickets at the entrance kiosks—they’ll be the same price as if you bought them online. However, if you book online, you can skip any queues and proceed directly to the entrance turnstiles with your ticket barcode in hand.
Q:How much time do you need to visit the Kennedy Space Center?
A:At 100,000 square feet (9,290 square kilometers), Kennedy Space Center recommends 2 days to go through all the fantastic attractions and exhibits, from the KSC bus tour and the Apollo/Saturn V Center to the IMAX theater and astronaut meet-and-greets (and beyond). If you only have one day, bank on spending your entire day at this space-age wonder.
Q:What is the best day to visit the Kennedy Space Center?
A:Many consider the best day to visit Kennedy Space Center to be any weekday, especially when school’s in session—that way, you’ll avoid both the weekend crowds and the family vacationers. Come early during the day (around 9am) to avoid any lines, get better parking, and have the best, most crowd-free experience.
Q:Is parking free at the Kennedy Space Center?
A:No, parking is not free at Kennedy Space Center. Rates are $5 for motorcycles, $10 for cars, and $15 for oversized vehicles, motorhomes, and RVs. If you opt for an annual pass, free parking is one of the perks. To avoid parking, rideshares and taxis are permitted in Lot 4 with proof of fare.