The Space Race Started Here NASA’s space program was born at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, adjacent to Kennedy Space Center. Cape Canaveral Early Space tour stops include historic launch complexes where the Mercury 7 blasted into orbit, the Air Force Space & Missile Museum, and the Apollo 1 memorial. From the comfort of an air-conditioned motor coach, visitors can view the icons of Florida’s Space Coast where the journey to space began in America.

Due to restricted access at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, each visitor on this tour must register with security officers by 12:00 noon on the day of the tour. Register at the Information center located at the main entrance. For American citizens, a U.S. government-issued driver’s license, passport, military ID or U.S. state ID card is required for tour participants age 18 and over. International adult and child participants must present a valid passport to participate.

Attraction Details
  • Add on Available as an add-on enhancement
  • page detail Moon Rock Cafe available at Apollo/Saturn V Center
  • page detail Allow 3 Hours
  • page detail Shopping available at Apollo/Saturn V Center
  • transport Tour concludes at Apollo/Saturn V Center
  • bathrooms Restrooms available at Apollo/Saturn V Center
  • transport Return buses leave every 15 minutes
  • page detail Wheelchair Accessible
  • transport Return Trip 20 minutes
  • reserved Advance reservations are recommended
  • page detail Multiple tours are not recommended

Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour

Kennedy Space Center Explore Tour

Kennedy Space Center Launch Control Center Tour

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All exhibits are subject to change and tours may be altered or closed due to operational requirements or launch preparations.