AMERICA’S MOON ROCKET
This exhibit and the Apollo/Saturn V Center (where it is located) will reopen in late March. While the Apollo/Saturn V Center is included with admission, it will require a transportation reservation to visit. Learn how to make a reservation for your group to visit the Apollo/Saturn V Center.
Get up close to a spectacle of human engineering and space travel, the Saturn V rocket. In the Apollo/Saturn V Center, walk beneath a real Saturn V rocket, the type of rocket that launched humans to the Moon. Take a stroll under this show-stopping giant and fully appreciate the size and complexity of the largest rocket ever flown through space. At 363 feet/111 meters long, it is 60 feet/18 meters taller than the Statue of Liberty! Although a total of 13 Saturn V rockets were launched between 1967 and 1972, this is one of only three remaining in the United States.
Exhibits alongside the rocket highlight its assembly and the more than 400,000 people who helped build the massive machine. Watch Apollo-era footage projected on the side of the vehicle and do not miss the daily guided tour through each of the three stages of the rocket.
As the centerpiece of the Apollo/Saturn V Center, this must-see attraction is a stop on the Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour and is only accessible through the tour.
- Currently unavailable for guests and employees health and safety
- Only accessible via the Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour
- Allow 30-45 Minutes including exhibits
- Return shuttle buses leave Apollo/Saturn V Center every 15 minutes and travel 20 minutes to the main visitor complex
- Wheelchair Accessible
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