Kennedy Space Center Adventure in Orlando, FL

Real Florida Adventures4403 Vineland RdOrlando, FL 32811
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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is organized into Mission Zones, where attractions and tours are grouped by chronological era. From the dawn of space exploration to current and ongoing missions, you can get an up-close, hands-on feel for the story of humans in space. Fuel your quest for inspiration right here.

up to 10.5 hrs 1 or more people

Good To Know

  • Transportation is included.
  • The transportation is handicapped accessible.
  • Bring your camera, there will be amazing photo opportunities.
  • Bring sunscreen.
  • Dress comfortable, sneakers & light jacket recommended.


from Kennedy Space Center Adventure
Welcome to the home of One Small Step for Man. In simple terms, this is one of the most essential – and thrilling – attractions in Florida, and it is as real as it comes in terms of a dynamic, visceral place to visit.

Not only does the Space Center offer the past, present, and future of the space program, it puts visitors front and center in the whole experience like never before. Seeing is believing, and you will believe you have been transported to the cutting edge of space exploration through a series of hands-on exhibits, movies, and presentations, including a daily Astronaut Encounter with one of the modern heroes of NASA’s operations.

Upon arrival your licensed and certified guide will take you on a 1 hour walking tour of the Visitors Complex. Listen as they share fun facts and the rich history that has made KSC and Cape Canaveral what it is today. They will also give you insider tips and the best way to circumnavigate the park for the rest of the day.

Then it’s off to the signature Bus Tour that provides a complete overview of the full extent of the vast spread of operations, including the massive Vehicle Assembly Building, Launch Complex 39B, and the Apollo/Saturn V Center, with its recreated moon landing and awesome full-size Saturn V rocket.

Back at the main Visitor Complex, you should definitely make a beeline for the hugely impressive Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit, with its moving and emotional presentation of one of the four surviving orbiters, as well as take a ride on the riveting Shuttle Launch Experience, a clever simulator with the inside track on what it feels like to blast off from the Space Center.

You can also visit the Heroes & Legends center (including the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame), soak up the grandeur of the IMAX Theater with its eye-popping large-screen movies, and wander the Rocket Garden.

There is so much to see here, you will definitely need all day to take it all in, and the Admission with Transportation is the perfect way to indulge your inner astronaut! The KSC is 60 miles from Orlando, so take the strain out of the journey and you can enjoy the experience to the max – the IMAX.

New to Kennedy Space Center: Gateway
Officially referred to as “Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex”, this exhibit is included in the price of your ticket. It is an exciting look at the future of deep space exploration while also shining a light on the incredible work that is being done in the present. Ever wondered how we’ll travel between solar systems? This is the best place on the planet to find out!

The Gateway exhibition space is huge and it is packed with real spacecrafts and technologies used by NASA to get people and equipment out into space and back again. Here are just a few highlights of what you can look forward to in the KSC’s new Gateway attraction:

  • Orion EFT-1 Capsule
  • Space Cargo Dragon COTS-2
  • Sierra Dream Space Chaser
  • Boeing CST-100 Starliner Mockup Capsule
  • Lockheed martin Space Habitat
  • Robotic Space Explorers Interactive Wall and many more!!

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Frequently Asked Questions about Kennedy Space Center Adventure

How long is the tour?

Tour is approximately 10.5 hours.

What type of vehicle do we travel in?

A 15 person passenger van.

What’s included in my ticket/experience?

Each ticket includes admission into Kennedy Space Center Visitors complex, a guided walking tour, roundtrip transportation from International Drive, Disney and Kissimmee areas, and a professional & licensed tour guide.

Is there a guide on the trip?

Yes, you will be accompanied by one of our professional tour guides. Every tour guide is an expert on all things Florida. They are all licensed guides, CPR certified, and CDC compliance trained. Additionally, they take refresher courses throughout the year to keep up to date with all safety procedures.

Is transportation included? If so, where is the pick-up spot or how do I arrange it?

Pick up is at: (1) Margaritaville Resort at 7:15am (Banquet and Event Entrance, 8000 Fins Up Circle, Kissimmee FL 34747) (2) Golden Corral Restaurant Lake Buena Vista (8707 Vineland Ave, Orlando FL 32821) (3) Orlando Star Flyer at Icon Park at 8am (8265 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819) Please email them after booking to confirm pick up location. Include your name and date of your tour, which tour you are going on, where you are staying while you are in town and a good contact number for you. This way they can determine the closest pickup for you and send you a confirmation without having to go back and forth multiple times.

Can I eat or drink in the vehicle?

Unfortunately, due to the abundance of Florida critters that love to hitch rides, the only thing allowed in the vehicle is bottled water. There will be plenty of time outside the vehicle to eat and drink.

What happens if Mother Nature interferes with our trip?

They all know that Florida is one of those places that the weather can change in an instant. It can rain on one side of the street and be completely sunny on the other. They will do their best to ensure all activities are completed however the safety of their guests is of upmost importance.

What should I bring?

Cameras on every trip. There will be amazing photo opportunities. If you are doing a tour with a water activity, please bring a bathing suit and towel. They also recommend you bring a light sweater or jacket as all our vehicles are air conditioned. Also bring and wear sunscreen. All activities are outdoors, and the Florida Sun can get extremely hot. It’s also important to make sure you stay hydrated through out the day. Our guides will have bottled water for purchase for your convenience.

What should I wear?

Dress comfortable for your tour. Sneakers are recommended. Monitor the weather for the day and dress accordingly. Vehicles are air-conditioned and so some may find a sweater or hoodie beneficial.

Is the tour/attraction/activity appropriate for children?

Yes! This tour is full of family friendly fun!

Are stroller/wheelchair/locker/etc. rentals available? If so, what is the fee?

Wheelchairs can be rented at the Kennedy Space Center for a fee. The fees are: (1) Electric Scooter Rental, limited quantities available - $30 (2) Wheelchair Rental - $10

Is the attraction wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the transportation and attraction is wheelchair accessible.