Kennedy Space Centre - Admission Tickets

Kennedy Space Centre - Admission Tickets

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Get your Kennedy Space Centre tickets for one of the best family days out in Florida

With your NASA Space Centre tickets, you get one of the best days out for families in Cape Canaveral. 

Make the most of these Kennedy Space Centre deals for tickets when you visit one of the very best things to do in Cape Canaveral in Florida. 

  • Get best price tickets to the Kennedy Centre, the iconic space centre in Florida
  • Save £50 with 2-day admission, with the 2-Day Pass costing only £74
  • No need to worry about queues, skip the line with these tickets and launch straight into the fun
  • Little space explorers can visit for no extra cost, 0-2 year olds go free! 

So if you're looking for a nearby day out from Orlando, get your Cape Canaveral Space Centre tickets to for one of the best family days out in Florida. 

Book your Florida Space Centre tickets today in just a couple of clicks, or read on to find out more about one of the best things to do in Florida. 

Enjoy a giant day out for one of the best family things to do in Cape Canaveral

Situated on the iconic Merritt Island, adjacent to Cape Canaveral, the Kennedy Space Centre stands as a testament to human innovation and exploration. 

Interactive, inspirational, and authentic, with your Kennedy Centre tickets, you can experience a mix of thrilling simulators, breathtaking attractions, behind-the-scenes tours, interactive exhibits, larger-than-life 3D space films, rocket launch viewing opportunities and more.

Included in your Kennedy Space Centre Cape Canaveral tickets is the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit, where you can stand face-to-face with the actual Atlantis spacecraft. Explore the Rocket Garden, where towering rockets from various eras stand proud, showcasing the evolution of space travel technology. You can even walk beneath one of the Apollo program's Saturn V rockets, one of only three remaining in the United States. 

Save on your NASA Centre Florida tickets at one of the best Cape Canaveral attractions today 

Whether you're looking for one of the best places to visit in Cape Canaveral, have kids that are rocket-mad, or simply curious about the cosmos, your NASA Space Centre Florida tickets promise an enlightening and awe-inspiring experience that will leave you with a renewed sense of wonder for the universe.

With so many things to do in Florida's iconic space centre, you may find a day won't cover it! But don't worry, with the two-day admission ticket, you get a Kennedy Space Centre discount of up to £50 than if you bought separate day tickets! Save money when you buy your Cape Canaveral Kennedy Space Centre tickets today. 

405 Nasa Pkwy W,
Brevard Co. 32815
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How to find us

The entrance is located on Space Commerce Way: specific driving directions below. Please note: the former entrance to the visitor complex is now for crewmembers and deliveries only.

GPS coordinates are 28o30'56.0"N and 80o40'54"W. Locate with GPS devices as Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Do not use Kennedy Space Center as you will be directed to an incorrect location.

By car:

From Cocoa Beach on State Road 528

Travel north on A1A to SR 528 west. Take exit # 49 for SR 3 toward Merritt Island/Kennedy Space Center. Turn right/north onto SR 3 and continue north for approximately 8 miles/13 km. Turn left/west onto Space Commerce Way and go approximately 1.5 miles/2.4 km. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is located on the right.

From Orlando on State Road 50

From Orlando, travel east on SR 50 for approximately 50 miles/80 km. Passing I-95, turn right/east at the next intersection onto SR 405 and follow signs for approximately 10 miles/16 km. Turn right onto Space Commerce Way and go approximately 1.2 miles/2 km. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is located on the left.

From Orlando on State Road 528

From Orlando, travel east on SR 528 for approximately 50 miles/80 km to SR 407 exit on left for Kennedy Space Center and Titusville. Continue on SR 407 to end at SR 405. Turn right/east onto SR 405 and follow signs for Kennedy Space Center for approximately 7.5 miles/12 km on SR 405. Turn right onto Space Commerce Way and go approximately 1.2 miles/2 km. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is located on the left.

From Daytona Beach on Interstate 95

Travel I-95 South to Exit #215 onto Highway 50. Turn left/east onto Highway 50. Take a right onto SR 405 and continue straight, following signs for Kennedy Space Center. Travel for approximately 10 miles/16 km. Turn right onto Space Commerce Way and go approximately 1.2 miles/2 km. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is located on the left.

From Miami on Interstate 95

Travel I-95 North to Exit #212 SR 407, and turn right on SR 407. Continue on SR 407 to end at SR 405. Turn right/east onto SR 405 and follow signs for Kennedy Space Center for approximately 7.5 miles/12 km on SR 405. Turn right onto Space Commerce Way and go approximately 1.2 miles/2 km. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is located on the left.

Parking:

The visitor complex parking lot accommodates motorcycles, automobiles and oversized vehicles such as RVs. Parking fees are collected at the entrance to the lot. Parking for visitors with disabilities is available in Lot 2 with valid parking permit. Rideshare and taxi drop offs and pick-ups in Lot 4 are permitted with proof of fare. Annual passholders receive complimentary parking with valid pass. Parking is accessible 30 minutes before complex opening.

  • Paid parking
  • Cafés and restaurants
  • Restrooms
  • Gift shops
  • Visitor Centre
  • First Aid

Important information:

Please note that availability for the Kennedy Space Centre is within East Florida's local time zone (ET), so please keep this in mind when booking your tickets. 

People also ask:

What is included in the daily admission for my Kennedy Space Centre Cape Canaveral tickets?

  • Daily admission to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex includes: Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex® featuring Spaceport KSC, Space Shuttle Atlantis® featuring the Shuttle Launch Experience®, The Apollo/ Saturn V Center via a Kennedy Space Center bus, Astronaut Encounter, Planet Play, Heroes & Legends featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame® presented by Boeing, Universe Theater featuring many shows daily including: Mission Status Briefings and Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo, Space films in the IMAX® theater, Journey To Mars: Explorers Wanted, Rocket Garden

Is parking at the Kennedy Space Centre Complex free? 

  • Parking at the Kennedy Space Centre is $10 for regular automobiles, $5 for motorcycles and $15 for larger vehicles, motor homes or RVs. 

Can I visit the Kennedy Space Centre from Orlando?

  • The Kennedy Space Centre is one of the best days out from Orlando in Florida. It's less than an hours drive away from Orlando!

Can I bring my own food or beverages to the Kennedy Space Centre?

  • Food and beverages packed in small, soft-sided coolers are permitted. Glass bottles or containers are not permitted. Beer is for sale at select locations and no outside alcoholic beverages are permitted. For security, all bags are subject to search.

Is the Kennedy Space Centre wheelchair-accessible?

  • The Kennedy Space Centre is wheelchair-accessible, providing ramps, lifts, and accessible pathways to ensure all visitors can comfortably navigate the complex.

Are wheelchairs, electric convenience vehicles, strollers or double strollers available for rent at Kennedy Space Centre?

  • Wheelchairs, Electric Convenience Vehicles (ECV), strollers and double strollers are available for rent online and at the visitor complex. Rentals for a full day are wheelchairs for $10 plus tax, ECVs, or scooters for $30 plus tax, strollers for $8 plus tax, double strollers: $10 plus tax. Please note that when renting an ECV, guests must sign a rental agreement.

Can I bring animals to the Kennedy Space Centre?

  • All animals that qualify as service animals are welcome at the visitor complex. A service animal is defined as a dog or miniature horse that is trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. Guests who use service animals must retain control of their animals at all times.

What are the guidelines for clothing at Kennedy Space Centre? 

  • Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is a family-friendly environment. Proper attire, which includes a shirt and shoes, is required for admittance. We ask that guests refrain from the following attire:
    Clothing with objectionable material, including obscene language or graphics
    Clothing that exposes tattoos depicting obscene or objectionable content
    Clothing that exposes inappropriate portions of skin or areas of the body
  • Guests who do not adhere to these guidelines or cannot modify their clothing may be refused entry into and/or removed from Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

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