ENTER THE APOLLO ERA
The Apollo/Saturn V Center is open again and requires a transportation reservation to visit. Learn how to make a reservation and include the Apollo/Saturn V Center to your day.
There are moments in American history that unified our country and shifted our culture. The Apollo Moon landings represent one of these pivotal periods. The Apollo/Saturn V Center pays homage to the people and machines that made the improbable possible and the future seem bigger than we ever dared to dream. There, stand in amazement under the gigantic Saturn V, the largest rocket ever flown. Through new interactive and engaging exhibits, relive the wonder and excitement of the Apollo era. This one-of-a-kind attraction celebrates the unprecedented achievement of putting humans on the Moon and the awe felt in that moment by all humankind.
- Only accessible via the Kennedy Space Center buses
- Return shuttle buses leave Apollo/Saturn V Center every 15 minutes and travel 20 minutes to the main visitor complex
- Wheelchair Accessible
Astrovan and Umbilical Tower
Astronauts used this van for their ride from crew quarters to the launch pad. The small section of the umbilical tower is just the upper section of what was a 380-foot steel structure that allowed astronauts to reach the spacecraft atop the Saturn V rocket.
Fisher Space Pen
Learn the history of the iconic Astronaut Space Pen that has flown on every crewed space mission since Apollo 7. The pen can write upside down, under water and in extreme temperatures.
The People's Moon
The People’s Moon is a digital art piece creating an image of the Moon using a collection of photographs from the Apollo Program. Take a self portrait at the iPad station to be a part of this ever-changing mural.