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Embark on a mission that puts you right into the mysteries of universe and space travels!! At NASA's Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, you have a great opportunity to learn, discover and interact with the wonders of the Universe. Orlando vacationers and space lovers should not miss this exciting and highly inspiring tour to America’s most renowned Space hub and next generation private launch facility. This Space Center Florida adventure will be a whole day event, so plan your day accordingly. If you ever wanted to visit the NASA Space Center up close and personal, then this is your golden opportunity. Space Center Florida also known as the Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex, holds one of America’s most historical treasures, The Space Shuttle Atlantis Exhibit. Visitors from around the world who dream of being an astronaut or who have ever wanted to see just how we sent a man to the moon, come here to take part in a very special adventure. Cape Canaveral is where this magical location is located. Cape Canaveral is located on the east coast of Florida, right about in the middle of the state and is only 45 minutes from Orlando. Only here can you watch a rocket launch while sitting in a rocket garden at the visitors complex.

As of August 1, 2012 parking fees were implemented at Kennedy Space Center.

Motorcycles-$5.00. | Automobiles-$10.00 | Oversized vehicles, motor homes or RV'S-$15.00.

Motor Coaches (Buses) and group transportation vans are free.

Important Tour Attractions: Your Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Tour will take you through some of the most incredible attractions that NASA has to offer, including thrilling IMAX films, all KSC shows and exhibits, simulator experiences, and meeting veteran astronauts and much more.

How to Reach:

Drive through North exit to 528 East. Then take the Beachline East to a left turn-off marked "407, Titusville, Kennedy Space Center." Go straight on 407 until it dead ends at the 405. Take right and proceed east. After driving 2 miles, you will see the entrance to Kennedy Space Center on your right. From here if you continue driving, over the Indian River draw bridge and towards East for about 2 miles, you will see the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex on your right.

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex takes a whole day to fully experience, so make sure to take the restricted area tour first and then come back and enjoy the IMAX movies and welcome center.