Each year, millions of visitors from across the world make the trek to this hub of technology and discovery at the Kennedy Space Center. Here, many of mankind's greatest accomplishments have taken place.
A stay in Florida isn’t complete without a trip to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Near many popular Florida vacation destinations and theme parks, NASA's launch headquarters is the only place on Earth where you can tour launch areas, meet a veteran astronaut, see giant rockets, train in spaceflight simulators, and even view a launch!
At the Kennedy Space Center, you get the unique chance to tour NASA's launch and landing facilities. Experience interactive simulators, live shows, and jaw-dropping encounters with massive rockets and have the opportunity to meet a real member of NASA's Astronaut Corps!
Your admission includes a free Kennedy Space Center Tour, free admission to the IMAX plus all exhibits and shows. At the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, the sky isn't the limit; it's just the beginning.
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New to KSC: the interactive audio guide for your smart phone!
The Kennedy Space Center has launched an audio guide app for the Android and IPhone. A cost of $4.99 will get you both audio and video guides to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, in many languages! To get the app all you have to do is go to your app store or Google Play, type in Kennedy Space Center Audio, download the app, and it is yours.
From Orlando: I-4 to Exit 72 528 East (Bee Line Highway) Travel east on SR 528 until you reach the SR 407 exit going to Kennedy Space Center and Titusville. Take SR 407 until it dead ends into SR 405. Turn right (east) onto SR 405 and follow the signs for Kennedy Space Center. You will travel approximately 9 miles on SR 405. The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will be located on your right.
From Miami: I-95 N. Exit 215 (SR 50), turn left (east). Turn right (east) at the next intersection onto SR 405 and follow signs for Kennedy Space Center, approximately 11 miles ahead on right.