Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Station Attractions
Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Station is 140,000-acres at the center of the U.S. space program and primary home to the space shuttles, Atlantis, Colombia, Discovery and Endeavor. About 6000 acres are reserved for the space center operations while the rest make up a wildlife reserve. Tours leaving from the visitor complex include stops at the Vehicle Assembly Building, several launch pads, the Flight Crew Training Building, the Air Force Space Museum and several other locations. There is a rocket garden, numerous pieces of the original equipment used in the early days of space exploration, a shuttle replica and space module of the new International Space Station.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, NASA's launch headquarters and home of the U.S. space program is featured through multimedia displays, IMAX films and a bus tour of the space center.The visitor complex has moon rock, an actual spacecraft, and the Rocket Garden on display. The new Shuttle Launch Experience allows visitors to discover the sights, sounds and sensations of launching into space.
Kennedy Space Center - Astronaut Hall of Fame
The Astronaut Hall of Fame allows visitors to experience exhibits dedicated astronauts, including the world's largest collection of personal memorabilia, and realistic astronaut training simulators.