Access to the Restricted Areas of America's MULTI-USER Spaceport
Tour the birthplace of American spaceflight. From the comfort of an air-conditioned motor coach, view restricted areas of Kennedy Space Center, the working spaceflight facility where America launched to the Moon and where NASA plans to send astronauts into deep space.
On the way to the Apollo/Saturn V Center, follow space guide Emily Calandrelli as she visits some of the most mission-critical areas of Kennedy Space Center. As you see larger-than-life facilities from your bus, Emily takes you closer to exclusive areas like launch complex 39B and the Vehicle Assembly Building. While touring this multi-user spaceport, hear from local space experts in their fields and learn how NASA has joined commercial partners to prepare for the future of space exploration. Be sure to include the all-new Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour to your day!
Please Note: As NASA and its commercial partners prepare for milestone launches this year, certain roads are currently unavailable to visitor complex buses. The Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour has been rerouted in response to these operational requirements, but there is still plenty to learn and see beyond the gates of America’s multi-user spaceport!
* Last bus tour runs 2.5 hours before park closure.
Tour availability and routes may be altered at any time with or without any notice due to operational requirements. Safety protocols require an alternate tour bus route during days leading up to a launch from Launch Complex 39A. Check the Daily Schedule once on site for any changes.
- Included with Daily Admission
- Moon Rock Cafe available at Apollo/Saturn V Center
- Tour Length 15 Minutes
- The Right Stuff Shopping available at Apollo/Saturn V Center
- Tour concludes at Apollo/Saturn V Center Allow 2 Hours
- Restrooms available at Apollo/Saturn V Center
- Return buses leave every 15 minutes
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Return Trip 15 minutes
- Multiple tours are not recommended