Blast-off into space adventure at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Feel the excitement, g-force and weightlessness of a simulated countdown and launch through the center's Shuttle Launch Experience. Meet real NASA astronauts, including commanders, pilots and mission specialists, in the center's Astronaut Encounter program. Visit the Space Shuttle Atlantis Exhibit, with over 60 interactive exhibits and multimedia presentations, to explore the inner workings of a real space shuttle. Travel through the stars in the IMAX Hubble Space Telescope Theatre and experience the magnitude of space crafts strolling through the jaw-dropping Rocket Garden. A must-visit for space explorers of all ages, the Kennedy Space Center is an out-of-this-world experience.
Adults: $50, Children (ages 3-11): $40, Seniors & Military: $46 (Additional fees apply to select programs.)
9 a.m.-6 p.m. (Closing times vary by season.)
Shuttle Launch Experience
Real Launch Viewings
Children's Play Dome
What exhibits and activities are available at the Kennedy Space Center?
Kennedy Space Center's main attraction is the Space Shuttle Atlantis Exhibit, which features over 60 interactive, hands-on exhibits that bring back to life the Space Shuttle Atlantis. In the Shuttle Launch Experience, visitors experience a simulated launch into orbit, which includes simulated g-forces and weightlessness. The center also features IMAX presentations, a young children's playground, astronaut encounter programs and guided tours.
How much is parking at the Kennedy Space Center?
Parking costs vary according to the vehicle type: $5 for motorcycles, $10 for automobiles, and $15 for oversized vehicles, motor homes, and RVs. Annual pass members enjoy complimentary parking, and multi-day ticket holders receive one free parking voucher to use within 30 days of ticket purchase. The parking lot opens 30 minutes before center opening, and handicapped parking is available.