BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is extending its operating hours, reopening more dining locations and adding a live presentation as it enters the next phase of its reopening.
What You Need To Know
- Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex enters next phase of reopening
- The complex, starting June 14, will be open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily
- A live presentation called "Eyes on the Universe" has been added to the schedule
- Red Rock Grill and Moon Rock Cafe are reopening, giving visitors more dining options
The complex will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily starting Monday, Kennedy Space Center announced. Bus transportation to the Apollo/Saturn V Center will also begin earlier at 9:30 a.m.
Kennedy Space Center is also adding a new live presentation called “Eyes on the Universe” to its daily schedule. The presentation features 3D, 4K resolution images from deep space.
Visitors will also have more dining options with the reopening of Red Rock Grill and Moon Rock Café.
And there will be an additional appearance by Spaceperson the complex’s front entrance at 8:45 a.m.
“We have seen a big increase in demand for admission tickets as well as launch viewing packages over the past few months at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex,” COO Therrin Protze said in a statement. “We are thrilled the country is back on a healthier path and the CDC guidelines now support our opening up more options to inspire, educate and entertain our guests.”
Kennedy Space Center will still have certain health and safety measures in place, including limited attendance, social distancing and increased sanitation. The complex is also still requiring visitors to wear face masks, except those who are fully-vaccinated against COVID-19 who are no longer required to wear masks outdoors.
For more information, visit kennedyspacecenter.com.