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The Kennedy Space Center was created in competition with the Soviet Union & was authorized in 1958 during the administration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower
Make sure you also check out the US Space Walk Hall of Fame Museum in Titusville for some other cool space stuff. It's awesome!
Saturn V complex is one of the best stops, don't pass it up.
If you're on twitter, look for #spacetweeps - cool info from inside and outside of NASA. Cool folks also ;)
On the tour, sit on the left side of the bus. The best stuff is on the left!
Get here early to catch the tours
Watch a shuttle launch. There are only a few remaining.
Be sure to visit the Astronaut Hall of Fame just 6 miles west of the Visitor Complex. There's lots space memorabilia and simulators there. It's included with the admission ticket.
You need to get over to Titusville for the amazing US Spacewalk if Fame museum. It's free, they've lots of spec hardware and things donated by astronauts. It makes everything feel more real. Do it.
Take the roll roads.......the non toll route takes forever.
Logging over 7,000 hours in 34 different kinds of aircraft, Kennedy Space Center Director Robert Cabana began his career in the air as a pilot in the United States Marine Corps.
Be sure to check out the US Space and Missile Museum. Ask for @flyingjenny
Head to the Rocket Garden for the perfect spot to take incredible family photos!
Sit on left side of bus on "Discover JSC" tour for best view of shuttle launch pad.
Museum in Titusville for some other cool space stuff.
Book guided tours in advance to see best sights & arrive early to see attractions on days around launch. "Discover KSC" tour best done after launch, it can't drive by pad when shuttle is out there.
Awesome place, a dream come true to visit these grounds.
Splurge and buy a pack or two of the freeze-dried ice cream/astronaut ice cream.
It is one hour driving away from orlando but deserve every single moment
Taking a photo? Be sure to share it with us on Twitter: @ExploreSpaceKSC.
If you're over the age of 11, the Shuttle Launch Experience is not worth the wait. You're at NASA, not an amusement park. Explore the museums and check out the Saturn V Center — simply incredible.
If you go on the Discovery KSC tour, there are alot of opportunities to take pictures (really good backdrops:)
While on Holiday in Florida in January 2001 we watched the Spacecraft leave the surface while walking around Orlando - Great Memories from being so Close to Aircraft - AOC
Greetings from all you Newbies from Penny4NASA
Bring a copy of your teaching certificate for a free educator's annual pass.
Sit on the right side of the tour bus. More to see!
Lol the customer service here has nothing on Disney!!
You can spend 2 days here easily! So worth it! Take the bus tour!!
Book tours early, they sell out. At least it did a few days after the latest launch.
I think it's cool that I'm the one who created this venue, and now 6k+ people have checked in. :)
Be patient. A lot of rude, foreign visitors!
Don't miss this one! Visit the museum, take the tours which will get you up close to the Saturn V rocket (used on Apollo missions), see one of the retired shuttles, and dine with an astronaut!
Do the tour asoon as you get here, it will be in high demand
Really clearly marked on road!
Long lines. Bring nice shoes. And sunscreen
In warm season, you have to be there far before 10am to buy tickets for the longer bus tour.
A dica é fazer o tour de ônibus logo no começo da visita para ter tempo de andar pelo hall da Apollo tranquilamente e voltar a tempo de fazer as outras atividades da parte principal,como a Atlantis
É uma excelente experiência, super recomendado!