Access to the Restricted Areas of America's Spaceport

Gain exclusive access to historic launch sites and operational spaceflight facilities on the Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour, included with daily admission. On the tour, go behind NASA’s gates to see the past, present and future of America’s multi-user spaceport before making a stop at the Apollo/Saturn V Center.

Get an even closer look with an added Special Interest Tour! These tours offer exclusive stops throughout Kennedy Space Center or Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Although each bus tour is unique, it is not recommended to take more than one bus tour per day. Special Interest Tours is an enhanced experience, available in addition to daily admission.

Learn more about the Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour from The Payload blog in Attraction Spotlight: The Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour.

Trusted Space

All bus tours are unavailable to ensure the health and safety of our guests and crewmembers.


Mission Zone Overview
  • Hours icon Allow 1 - 3 Hours Depending on Selected Tour
  • dining icon Moon Rock Cafe
  • shopping icon Shopping
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Key Attractions

Kennedy Space Center Explore Tour

Cape Canaveral Early Space Tour

Cape Canaveral’s Rise to Space Tour

Fly With An Astronaut

Look Closer
Vehicle Assembly Building

Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB)

Since the 1960s, the VAB has housed Saturn V Moon rockets and the space shuttle launch configuration. It is currently being outfitted to support the Space Launch System.
Launch Complex 39A

Launch Complex 39A

Launch Pad 39A was the site of many Apollo and space shuttle launches. It is currently leased by SpaceX for the Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy rockets.
Launch Complex 39B

Launch Complex 39B

Launch Pad 39B was also the site of Apollo and space shuttle launches, but is now being configured by NASA to support future Space Launch System launches.
All exhibits are subject to change and tours may be altered or closed due to operational requirements or launch preparations.