Junior Space Explorer Pass

 

Kids five and under can enjoy FREE admission to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in 2023 with the Junior Space Explorer Pass.

 

In order to claim the Junior Space Explorer Pass, you will need to register online, by February 19, 2023. Bring a copy of the confirmation email, along with the child's birth certificate or other age-identifying document to Will Call or the Information building at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex by December 31, 2023 to redeem their 2023 Junior Space Explorer Pass. You must also bring another document or ID to identify that you, the purchaser, are a Florida resident.

Once redeemed, the Junior Space Explorer Pass can be used through December 31, 2023.

 

Important information:

 

  • Only available to Florida residents. Must show proof of residency
  • You must bring the voucher and a birth certificate (digital copy acceptable) or age-identifying document for child
  • You must register your child, which can ONLY be done online at KennedySpaceCenter.com by February 19, 2023. This offer is not available for registration at the front entrance.
  • Child must be under the age of six at the time of redemption

 

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FAQs

FAQs:

 

What is the Junior Space Explorer Pass?

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is delighted to offer the Junior Space Explorer Pass 2023. This FREE card grants kids ages 5 and younger complimentary admission to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex through December 31, 2023.

Who is eligible?

The Junior Space Explorer Pass is available for kids who are Florida residents and are 5 years old and younger at the time of redemption. Accompanying parents and family members would need valid admission.

How long is the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Junior Space Explorer pass valid for?

The card is valid through December 31, 2023, blackout dates apply (for launches and special events).

When do I have to register and redeem the pass by?

You must register your child, which can ONLY be done on the KennedySpaceCenter.com website, by February 19, 2023. This offer is not available for registration at the front entrance.  Once activated, the Junior Space Explorer Pass is valid for admission through December 31, 2023.

How do I redeem the pass?

After you register, please take the printed copy of the confirmation to Will Call or Information to redeem the Junior Space Explorer Pass.

My child is 5 this year, turning 6. Am I eligible?

As long as your child is 5 years of age on or before the date you redeem the Junior Space Explorer Pass for your first visit, your child is eligible.

Do I have to be a Florida resident?

Yes. We want to offer our neighbors who are 5 and younger access to experience all that the visitor complex has to offer. This gives Florida residents the chance to experience all of the wonderful family-friendly attractions at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

What kind of identification do I need to provide?

Guests will be required to show valid form of ID (a copy of a certified birth certificate or travel passport) to verify the child’s age prior to entry. The birth certificate can be a digital copy. Please note that school IDs or children security IDs will NOT be accepted. Parents/guardians should have a photo ID with proof of their Florida residential address.

How can parents and siblings of junior space explorer pass holders visit the park too?

The best way other members of the family can visit with your preschooler is with an Annual Pass or a two-day ticket. Click here to learn more.

Can foster parents/guardians take advantage of this offer?

Yes. Foster parents would need to complete the online registration. Then bring the confirmation email and a copy of your Department of Children and Families paperwork from a foster agency that includes the foster child’s name and their date of birth to the Will Call or the Information building at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Please black out any personal information on this copy of the paperwork like social security number, Medicaid number, etc. Foster parent(s) should have a photo ID with proof of their Florida residential address and their foster license for verification.