KENNEDY SPACE CENTER VISITOR COMPLEX, Fla. — Planets are super cool, right? Well, now, your littlest kiddos have an "out of this world" play land to burn off some energy, and get smarter.
1. Planet Play is a three-level attraction taking over what used to be an IMAX theater at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
2. “We kinda focus on 70% physical and 30% digital, but even the digital has a physical element to it,” said KSC Visitor Center Complex COO Therrin Protze.
3. The playland is geared toward 2 to 12-year-olds. They'll want to take their shoes off because they'll climb, slide, bounce, hop and throw.
4. Planet Play has 50+ interactive activities. This includes getting all up on Saturn's rings, mapping constellations, and climbing a worm hole.
5. The new Planet Play limits capacity due to physical distancing. We saw a short line during our visit at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, and operators say you get in pretty quickly. To learn more, head to the KSC Visitors Complex website.