On a trip to Kennedy Space Center, a day becomes an odyssey for the entire family as you experience the thrilling past, present and future of America's space program.
Your tour begins with a short ride from the pier to the Kennedy Space Center. En route, your personal guide will brief you on your Florida Space Coast visit. You will leave the coach outside the main entrance in order to pass through a security check. Once inside the Kennedy Space Center Visitors Complex, guests will be escorted to designated KSC coaches for a bus tour of restricted NASA property. At each stop, you will rejoin a different coach (This may require some waiting in lines during peak periods).
On your tour of the secure areas, you will have an close-up view of the space shuttle launch pads (closer than regular guests are allowed), see one of the largest buildings in the world - the vehicle assembly building, and visit the award-winning Apollo/Saturn V Center. Here, you will relive the launch of the massive Saturn V rocket and enjoy a front-row seat as man lands on the moon.
Your personal tour concludes at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, where you will have the opportunity to touch a piece of Mars, enjoy an IMAX space film and "The Shuttle Launch Experience" which will take visitors on a simulated shuttle launch beyond the boudaries of Earth.
At the conclusion of your Kennedy Space Center experience, you will board your coach for the return transfer to Port Canaveral.
Please note: This tour includes a moderate amount of walking. The tour is available to wheelchair guests who have a collapsible wheelchair, are able to make their own way on and off the coaches and have a companion to assist them. Casual clothing and flat, comfortable walking shoes are suggested.
The security check is very thorough and items similiar to those prohibited by airlines will be confiscated. Confiscated items will not be returned. Coolers, luggage or other large bags are not permitted through the front gate. All bags, purses and other items will be opened and inspected at the Visitor Complex. All electronic devices such as digital cameras, MP3 players, mobile/cellular phones, video recorders, voice recorders and pagers must be in working condition before entering the complex. Devices that cannot be powered on, broken devices or devices without properly charged batteries will not be permitted through the front gate. Stand alone GPS equipment is not permitted on property.