- Combo day trip from Orlando to Kennedy Space Center plus airboat ride in the Florida Everglades
- Enjoy an exhilarating 30-minute airboat ride on an eco-tour of protected wetlands
- Tour NASA's launch headquarters, and see shows and exhibits like the Shuttle Launch Experience, Astronaut Encounter Show and IMAX space films
- Stop at the Apollo/Saturn V Center to witness Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon
- Round-trip transport from selected locations in Orlando included
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
Enjoy a mix of science and nature on this day trip that's great for the whole family -- see the Space Shuttle launch pads and old NASA rockets at the Kennedy Space Center and explore the swamps and marshes of the Central Florida Everglades on a cool airboat ride. Keep your eyes open for alligators!
Recent Photos of this Tour
Alligators Up ClosePhoto by: Carmen T
USA, 04 2010
Atlantis orbiterPhoto by: Mario B
View from AirboatPhoto by: Rachel M
KSC EntrancePhoto by: Rachel M
Modern airconditioned coachPhoto by: Rachel M
kennedy space centrePhoto by: Sandra H
airboat ridePhoto by: Sandra H
Awaiting Boat DeparturePhoto by: Carmen T
USA, 04 2010
What You Can Expect
New Space Shuttle Atlantis Exhibit
Starting June 29, don’t miss the brand-new Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit, showcasing the legendary spacecraft, Atlantis. More than 60 interactive experiences highlight the people, passion and patriotism behind NASA’s program that launched the Hubble Space Telescope and built the International Space Station, plus you can see what it’s like to be a real astronaut! Take the helm at the shuttle cockpit; experience the sensation of floating in space; explore a replica of the ISS; and strap in to the sights, sounds and sensations of a shuttle launch!
Bus driver on time and was very interesting to talk too. Airboat ride was great. We saw many Alligators and wildlife.
The tour of Kennedy Space centre was interesting, which is done at your own pace.
Would recommend both.
Visit the KSC is really good to see the U.S. space epic, but with the end of the Cold War as a Soyuz vehicle. The show culminates with the presentation of the Challenger shuttle and the ability to test for stowage space. I especially enjoyed meeting an astronaut, Cdr Jon McBride. Was not enough time to see the IMAX movie, but see the real Apollo program completely compensates for this. I thank the bus driver for his good humor, having waited to the point of appointment and visit Everglades airboat.