Kennedy Space Center
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Kennedy Space Center invites you to embark on Mankind’s Ultimate Journey and discover a truly uplifting Florida vacation. Just 45 minutes from Orlando is NASA’s launch headquarters, located on a huge island wildlife refuge eight times the size of Manhattan.
Each year, millions of visitors from across the world make the trek to this hub of technology and discovery, where many of mankind’s greatest accomplishments take place. At Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, 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.
To for the maximum fun we suggest you getting a “Maximum Access Admission” which includes a free tour of Kennedy Space Center, free admission to the IMAX plus all exhibits and shows. Also included is the Astronaut Hall of Fame and interactive space simulators. At the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, the sky isn’t the limit—it’s just the beginning.
Many Kissimmee hotels have shuttle services which will pick you up and take you to the Cape for a small fee. These shuttle services typically pick up at 7:30am.
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Hours: Visitor’s Complex: Daily, 9:00 am–6:00 pm
Astronaut Hall of Fame: Daily, 10:00 am–7:00 pm
Closed: Christmas Day and certain launch dates. All holidays are subject to change without notice.
Address: State Road 405 East, Kennedy Space Center
Directions: From Orlando: Turn right (east) onto SR 405 and follow signs for Kennedy Space Center, approximately 9 miles ahead on right.
From 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.
From I-95 S: Exit #212 (SR 407), head east/north on SR 407 until it dead-ends into SR 405. Turn right (east) on SR 405 and follow signs for Kennedy Space Center, approximately 9 miles ahead on right.