NASA's Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Explore Tour offers visitors an unforgettable experience, allowing them to explore some of the most iconic sites at the Kennedy Space Center. The tour takes visitors on a journey through the historic launch sites, the Apollo/Saturn V Center, and even gives them a chance to meet a real astronaut. This immersive experience allows visitors to learn about the incredible history of space exploration and to witness firsthand the incredible technology and innovation that goes into every space mission.
The tour includes a visit to the Launch Control Center where visitors can see where NASA conducted all of their manned launches, as well as a stop at the Vehicle Assembly Building, which is one of the largest buildings in the world. Additionally, visitors will be able to explore the Apollo/Saturn V Center where they can see the largest rocket ever made and learn about the historic Apollo missions. With a knowledgeable guide leading the way, visitors will have the opportunity to learn about the incredible achievements of NASA and gain a new appreciation for the possibilities of space exploration.
The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Explore Tour is a guided tour that takes visitors through NASA’s multi-user spaceport, providing access to iconic spaceflight sites and a visit to the Apollo/Saturn V Center.
The tour is available in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Mandarin Chinese.
No, outside food and drinks are not allowed in the complex. However, there are plenty of food options available for purchase.
Yes, the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is accessible for individuals with disabilities. Wheelchairs are available for rent, and most attractions are wheelchair accessible.
The tour lasts for approximately 2 hours.