Kennedy Space Center Small Group VIP Experience
Are you interested in the unknown? Do the universe and its elements excite you? Are you keen to unravel the space mysteries housed at the Kennedy Space Center?
If the answer to any or all the questions is yes, this ticket is for you!
Welcome to the small-group VIP tour of the KSC. Decode space with a guide and in great comfort with this small-group guided tour of the Kennedy Space Center.
Your guide will pick you up at your hotel in Orlando and provide breakfast on the way to KSC.
You will also receive a $15 lunch voucher, which you can use at the cafe in KSC.
Engaging with your guide regarding the day plan makes great sense so you can understand how your day looks.
Also, use this opportunity to ask as many questions as possible and get clarity so you will have a general idea and can easily relate to the places you visit.
Your guide will ensure that you cover all the highlights at the Kennedy Space Center, including the Rocket Garden, the launch pads, the vehicle assembly building, and the Apollo Center.
You will also touch a moon rock, observe the Saturn V rocket, take the KSC Explore bus tour, and visit Space Shuttle Atlantis.
This tour is perfect for anyone who wants to experience the Kennedy Space Center in a more personalized, exclusive way and with great comfort.
Your meals (breakfast, lunch and snacks) and travel to and from the Orlando hotel are included in the tour ticket.
You can get this exclusive Kennedy Space Center VIP Experience for $224 for adults over 12 years old.
Children between three and 11 years old get this at a reduced cost of $204. Infants under two years old get free entry.
Kennedy Space Center VIP Ticket Price
|Visitors’ Age||Ticket prices|
|Adult ticket (12+ years)||$224|
|Child ticket (3 to 11 years)||$204|
|Infant ticket (2 years and younger)||Free entry|
Highlights of Kennedy Space Center VIP Experience
- Get a KSC admission ticket
- Includes breakfast, bottled water and a $15 lunch voucher
- Discover what space program is planned in the future for Mars
- Learn the history of KSC with this Kennedy Space Center private VIP tour
- Know about the Apollo Program
- Have pick-up and drop-off services to help you reach your accommodation safely
This Kennedy Space Center private tour begins at 8 am.
The meeting points include pick-up points at Orlando International Drive, Universal, Lake Buena Vista, Kissimmee and Disney.
Pick up from your accommodation (from Orlando)
Travel to the Kennedy Space Center with your guide and have breakfast
Start your VIP tour at the visitor complex
Visit the Rocket Garden
Board the bus explorer tour and visit the launch pads and vehicle assembly building
Visit the Apollo Center/Saturn V Rocket and touch a moon rock
Spend your lunch voucher at Apollo Cafe
Visit Space Atlantis and Gateway: a Deep Sea Launch Exhibit
Return to your accommodation while enjoying snacks on board
Know Before You Go
- You will receive confirmation at the time of booking.
- It is stroller-accessible.
- Visitors can bring bags and soft-sided coolers inside the KSC visitor complex. However, glass bottles or containers are not allowed.
- At the security check, all bags are thoroughly checked.
- Please check if your preferred date falls on a rocket launch day, as regular tours are prohibited during such times.
- Only service animals are allowed.
- Infants should sit on laps.
- It is not wheelchair-accessible.
- The maximum number of participants is 12.
Who can book a Kennedy Space Center private tour?
Anyone over 12 can go on the Kennedy Space Center private tour.
What is included in the Kennedy Space Center private tour?
The private tour includes the KSC entrance fee to tour the visitor complex without any hassles.
It also includes a tour guide, meals and pick-up and drop-off services from Orlando.
What is the distance between Kennedy Space Center and Miami?
The distance between KSC and Miami, Florida, is 222.5 miles (358 km).
You take about three hours and twenty-four minutes via car to cover the distance.
Is the admission ticket included in the private tour?
Yes, the Kennedy Space Center entrance fee is included in the private tour.
What should I wear during the Kennedy Space Center private tour?
Wear comfortable shoes, as you will walk a lot on the tour.
Also, bring sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat, especially during the summer.
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