A place travelers can visit John F. Kennedy Space Center
Reviews: John F. Kennedy Space Center
General description: John F. Kennedy Space CenterThe Kennedy Space Center is a space launch complex. It was created in the United States in 1959 as a falling beyond the NASA.
The Kennedy Space Center is located on Merritt Island in the county of Brevard and Volusia in Florida. Since 1966, the access to the center is authorized to tourists. Now, they can visit the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex where it traces the space exploration.
You can admire all kinds of rockets created by NASA and re-enactments of the capsules like Apollo, or Mercury. There's also a movie theater. For further information you can visit the official website of the Center: https://www.kennedyspacecenter.com/
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43 reviews John F. Kennedy Space Center
Surprisingly affordable comparing to the theme parks (50$), there's absolutely no excuse to pass this one. Rocket Garden is pretty awesome but wait to see the Saturn rocket and the Atlantis shuttle. Be sure to go to the Launch Simulator, it's priceless. If you can, try to time your visit with a real launch (we sadly missed one by a few days), I imagine it must br a blast (pun intended). Read more
in May 15,
Johan, Age 46-50
Let's start with some perspective. I am a huge fan of aviation in general. Therefore it was essential for me to see all those places with my own eyes. Almost no price could stop me from seeing Vertical Assembly Building or launch pads. I paid 75 bucks to get there. I would pay 100 or 150 if needed. Besides that, Kennedy Space Center is a rip off. The base entrance fee is 50 USD ( additional 10 bucks for parking). Most of your time you will spend in KSC Visitor Center - kind of amusement park with some space exploration artifacts. Your kids ... Read more
in May 15,
Michal, Age 36-40