You enter the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex through a Ticket Plaza that is themed to evoke the International Space Station. The ticket booths take the form of space station modules, while the overhead shading is provided by large solar panels. A few space-walking astronauts float above, adding to the effect. There are about 20 ticket windows, with the Will Call windows located to your far left as you approach the Ticket Plaza.
Prices, before tax, are as follows:
Children (3 to 11): $33
This is a one-day admission ticket that includes access to all the exhibits at the Visitor Complex, the main Kennedy Space Center bus tour, and admission to the IMAX films. It also includes one admission to the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame and its simulator rides which must be used within seven days of your Visitor Complex visit.
Specialty Tour Tickets (Cape Canaveral:Then & Now/ KSC Up-Close):
Children (3 to 11): $15/$19
These prices are per tour, and in addition to the cost of regular admission. In other words, you can't show up just to take one of these tours.
Children (3 to 11): $46
The annual pass allows unlimited access to the Visitor Complex, the KSC bus tour, and the IMAX films, plus priority purchase of tickets to view launches. Annual passholders also get a discount of $4.50 on tickets for each of up to six guests as well as 10% off select Space Shop merchandise. Passholders must show the pass and a photo ID each time they enter.
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