Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex offers youth programs and kid-friendly vacations for many grades and interests, including Camp Kennedy Space Center®, Overnight Adventures, field trips and Salute to Science.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex encourages teachers and students to check out the vast resources made available by NASA for continued study, as we seek to nurture and train the next generation of space explorers. You can tour areas of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, meet a veteran astronaut, see inspiring IMAX® films and discover firsthand how a field trip or kid-friendly vacation can enrich every student’s education. Educators receive classroom materials at the NASA Educator Resource Center.
In addition, Florida, Georgia, Puerto Rico and U.S Virgin Island K-12 educators can join our Educator Study Pass program, which allows educators to experience Kennedy Space Center, in advance of a group visit.
For information on lunch programs and Florida education programs, please call 866.737.5235. An agent is standing by to serve you.
Ask an Astronaut
Educators and students are invited to "Ask an Astronaut." Our daily resident Astronaut Encounter astronauts at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex enjoy answering your questions about human spaceflight. This feature provides you with the opportunity to email your questions relating to space exploration, before or after your visit to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Please allow up to five business days for a reply. Only questions relating to human spaceflight are answered.