Apollo 50th Anniversary

Join Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of NASA’s Apollo Program. This year, the commemoration continues with giveaways on all milestone Apollo launch dates. Plus, the Apollo/Saturn V Center has been transformed with new and redesigned exhibits to bring this era of space exploration to life. There is no better place to honor Apollo’s 50th anniversary than from where each mission left Earth.

Saturn V moon rocket at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

Apollo Elite Annual Pass

Celebrate 50 years of Apollo at the visitor complex with this elite, limited-availability annual pass. Take advantage of this ultimate annual pass and all of its inclusions!

Starting at $218.95


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Apollo/Saturn V Center Updates:

The Apollo/Saturn V Center has undergone changes in honor of the Apollo 50th anniversary! The updates include a new Moon Tree Garden, new interactives celebrating the Apollo missions, a life-size Moonscape and more.

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Apollo 8 astronauts

The Orbit of Apollo 8

The crew of Apollo 8 was the first to see the other side of the Moon. Learn more about this iconic mission for the 50th anniversary of its launch from Kennedy Space Center.

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Apollo 7 astronauts

The Firsts of Apollo 7

Apollo 7 was a mission of firsts from being the first crewed Apollo mission to the first TV broadcast in space.

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Saturn V Rocket launching from Kennedy Space Center.


50 years ago, Apollo 9 tested the lunar module, Spider, for the first time. See why this mission was so important to landing on the Moon.

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Family looks up to the Saturn V moon rocket on display at the Apollo/Saturn V Center.

Saturn V Rocket

Every man who stepped foot on the Moon launched from Kennedy Space Center atop a Saturn V rocket. Learn about the power of this rocket.

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Apollo Capsule

Apollo Treasures Gallery

View an actual Apollo spacecraft and legendary artifacts in a display so immersive you can actually see the moon dust on Alan Shepard's spacesuit.

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Lunar Theater

Lunar Theater

Relive the final few minutes leading up to the first words ever spoken from the surface of the moon, “…the Eagle has landed.”

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Presented by:

Astronaut Scholarship Foundation

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