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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
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Join us for the next SpaceX launch April 8! #KennedySpaceCenter viewing info at the link below:
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Ready for a rocket launch?!

Join us for viewing of the SpaceX Falcon 9 SES-9 launch on February 24, 2016. Special launch viewing/transportation tickets are available in addition to general admission:
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Join us for Cosmic Quest in February 2016!
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Happy New Year from Kennedy Space Center!

Start the new year off right with a few words of wisdom from an astronaut's unique perspective in this Tell Me A Story video:
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Would you like to fly with an astronaut this December?

Join astronauts Jon McBride or Don Thomas as they guide an exclusive group tour of Kennedy Space Center! Tour includes, photo opportunities, buffet lunch, and keepsake souvenir.

Fly with Jon McBride December 20 & 21:

Fly with Don Thomas December 22 - 24:
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Does your decor tend to be a little spacey? Then you'll love these planetary travel posters from NASA:
Ten things you need to know about our solar system this week
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The space industry isn't dead. The major renovations to facilities like the KSC Visitor Complex reflects the expansion of the space program and strong interest in its commercial projects.
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Ah, how I miss this place! Keep up the great work, +Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex !
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Want to start the new year by "flying" with an astronaut? January's Fly With An Astronaut program includes tour dates in Spanish and Portugese! Take a group tour of Kennedy Space Center with Brazilian astronaut Marcos Pontes or Mexican astronaut Rodolfo Neri Vela.

Marcos Pontes January 10 (Portugese) or 11 (English)

Rodolfo Neri Vela January 17 (Spanish) or 18 (English)
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Are you dashing through the snow this holiday season?

In this Tell Me A Story video, an astronaut confesses to having some winter fun just before a space shuttle mission: 
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Spending the holidays in Florida?

Don’t miss the excitement of Holidays in Space at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex! The Rocket Garden Light Show and the Spirit of Exploration add technological wonder to the season:
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Kennedy Space Center SR 405 Titusville, FL 32899
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Showcase for a NASA shuttle launch simulation, rockets, tours, IMAX films & astronaut memorabilia.- Google
"They handle the crowd well and set up the services on a self-service basis."
"High prices, long lines for way overpriced food."
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Cocoa Beach Nina
2 weeks ago
I've been there twice so far. Both experiences have been excellent. Parking was easy, although a little pricey considering how much the tickets cost. Parking was $20 and tickets were $50 something I believe. Lots to see and do and it can all be done in one day, which is also great. It's a very interesting place to go to and explore. Florida has so much to offer, not just beaches but also for its space coast. Staff was friendly, everything was organized and not too much waiting. I love it here and would go back.
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Chad Moulder
a month ago
Can't explain the amazement space nerds will experience visiting this place. There aren't rides in the traditional sense, but many exciting activities to do and experience while in site. Even on launch days, is not terribly busy, but it still pays to arrive early to beat the crowds and the heat. There's so much to see that you'll want to come back again and again. Also, astronauts just roam the place SFO you might get to meet and take pictures with your favorites...I met two in one morning!
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Nikhil Chakradhar Nekkalapu
a month ago
Wonderful location, super friendly staff. You'll miss an amazing experience if you don't visit this place. It is worth every penny you spend. Don't miss the Atlantis simulator. You'll love it.
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Amber Newton
2 months ago
We didn't even get to see half of the attractions because we spent ample time looking around and not rushing. There is more to do there than I thought. We took the shuttle and we're bummed that we couldn't see the take off areas because of Hurricane Matthew, but we loved the KSC!!!! We will be back for sure. I was however disappointed with Destination Mars. They only let you in for about 10 minutes. We need time to explore.
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A great place for lovers of space and space technology. See live space shuttle Atlantis or the Saturn V rocket is truly an experience. Bus can also get to the firing ramps.
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jeremy reddekopp
4 weeks ago
Everyone should go at least once. This is the pinnacle of human ingenuity; you must experience it! It's oriented for a bit of a younger audience but I loved it regardless. The bus tour through the launch area was my favorite thing I've ever done.
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Giovanni Tarar
4 months ago
Simply AWSOME! The place is wonderful and is really organized. Whatever you want to know about the space and NASA in general, you can find it here. The trip though the launch site is beautiful and the Space Shop has everything you can imagine (except Shuttle, astronauts suit, etc. 😁😁). The Space Shuttle simulator is very very realistic and is scary only before enter, then is very simply but beautiful. If you're a science/space-lovers is better go alone or with another space lover!
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Alex Flores
3 months ago
Being a space freak, I loved every minute of touring KSC. Next time will do an excursion to a launch pad.