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Even though we were only there for one day, we thoroughly enjoyed the visit.
Go soon as this american marvel will be shut down soon and then just commercialized with less emphasis on education. The 3D I max of the Hubble telescope is the most awesome thing I have ever seen on screen (and I have seen a lot).
One day was good, two days was wonderful. This is a part of our heritage, and I am so glad that we had the opportunity to take our grandsons. This facility is professionally run, everyone was extremely helpful and very friendly, even when they had to replace a ticket that I lost! The IMAX movies are not to be missed. Have pictures taken of your kids or grandkids "in space" - what a thrill for them. Did I say we loved it? We took the tour 24 years ago, did as much as we could this time, and we will be back with more kids. I am so proud of our country's accomplishments, and thankful that they are so professionally shared with all of us. My one suggestion - make tour tapes in various foreign languages. It would have helped our son-in-law.
America you should be proud of this Centre. You need two days to do justice to all the exhibits here.
Great value - 2 days for one price. Space SHuttle simulator experience a must do.
So worth doing, but you really need to spend at least a whole day there.
Almost got to see a rocket launch, but the winds delayed it til the next day. Great trip.
Great experience. A little disappointed with the lunch with the astronaut. The astronaut only spoke for a few minutes.
Lars Urban N
The Kennedy Space center is a fascinating documentation of the greatest technical achievement of all time. Especially the Apollo and Saturn V exhibition, it is off the scale!
All Americans should have this experience. It put a feeling of pride in your chest!
Good tours around the facility. Try to time it within a couple of weeks of a launch to see the Shuttle on the launch pad. The Saturn 5 display for the Apollo missions is a must. Excellent facilities too!