Access to the Restricted Areas of America's MULTI-USER Spaceport Tour the birthplace of American spaceflight to see launch pads and the iconic Vehicle Assembly Building along the way. From the comfort of an air-conditioned motor coach, visitors can access restricted areas of this working spaceflight facility where America launched to the moon and where NASA plans to launch astronauts into deep space. Learn where NASA's Commercial Crew and Cargo partners such as SpaceX, Boeing and United Launch Alliance (ULA) operate on Florida's Space Coast at this multi-user facility.

Now that rocket launches are once again taking place from Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center, safety protocols require an alternate tour bus route during days leading up to a launch. The alternate route includes viewing the Vehicle Assembly Building and the future mobile launcher of NASA’s Space Launch System.

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

Attraction Details
  • include with admission tag Included with admission
  • dining icon Moon Rock Cafe available at Apollo/Saturn V Center
  • Hours icon Tour Length 45 Minutes
  • shopping icon Shopping available at Apollo/Saturn V Center
  • transport Tour concludes at Apollo/Saturn V Center Allow one hour 15 minutes
  • bathrooms Restrooms available at Apollo/Saturn V Center
  • transport Return buses leave every 15 minutes
  • page detail Wheelchair Accessible
  • transport Return Trip 20 minutes
  • page detail Multiple tours are not recommended
  • page detail Map
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Attraction Spotlight: The Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour

Do you find yourself wondering about the bus tours at Kennedy Space Center? Find out exactly what the tour includes and why you can’t miss it during your next visit.
April 2, 2018
All exhibits are subject to change and tours may be altered or closed due to operational requirements or launch preparations.