At this Orlando conference center, the pioneering spirit of America’s early space explorers makes a stirring first impression. Groups from 30 to 300 will draw inspiration from both the setting and the accomplishments it celebrates.
Inside the facility guests will see key historic missions that paved the way for our current Space Shuttle program and the construction of the International Space Station.
This unique Orlando conference facility can be used in its full capacity as one room, or converted into five fully functional meeting rooms – each supported by a state-of-the-art multimedia system and our full-service kitchen staffed by our award-winning chefs.
Who was Dr. Kurt H. Debus?
Dr. Debus was director of NASA’s John F. Kennedy Space Center from July 1962 until November 1974 –the era of Mercury, Gemini, Apollo and Skylab. His tenure at KSC lasted through four U.S. presidents and is highlighted by John Glenn’s first orbital flight, Neil Armstrong’s moonwalk on Tranquility Base, and the safe return of the Apollo 13 crew.