Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex (KSCVC) is a must see destination in Central Florida.  Less than an hour east of Orlando, KSCVC provides a mixture of the past and the future, with rich historical references in each of the exhibits, coupled with a clear vision into the future, bolstered by the amazing learning from both the International Space Station and the Hubble telescope photos. 

Admission to KSCVC includes all of the exhibits, attractions, the iMAX theatre tickets and a very comprehensive bus tour to the Saturn V Complex and also to the International Space Station facility. 

Admission also includes entrance to the Astronaut Hall of Fame, which for history and science buffs is where you will want to start your day!  There is a new exhibit there called Science on a Sphere.  The Hall of Fame has a wide range of hand-on exhibits for kids and is also the home of the Astronaut Training Experience (known as ATX).  ATX is an additional charge and requires advanced reservations.

At KSCVC parking, strollers and wheelchairs are complementary.  

It is easy to spend a full day at KSCVC, particularly if you would like to add on Lunch with an Astronaut or one of the special interest guided tours.  Hotels are plentiful in nearby Titusville or the Cocoa Beach area, just south of Cape Canaveral.  In fact, if you are a history buff and/or a space enthusiast, it is recommended that you plan for a day and a half, with the morning of the second day reserved for the Astronaut Hall of Fame.

 For more information about the options and prices, see http://www.kennedyspacecenter.com.