Kennedy Space Center Discounts

Regular Admission Prices for Kennedy Space Center

One-day Standard Admission: $53.25 for adults & $42.60 for kids (3-11), including tax. Kennedy Space Center admission includes IMAX space films, all exhibits and shows, the Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour and the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame. Admission tickets include a second day free for use at the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame if used within seven days to allow guests to get the full experience. Admission of the Astronaut Hall of Fame only is $28.62 for adults and $24.38 for kids, including tax.

Guests can often take advantage of special savings at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Specials are often available for Seniors, Florida Residents, Military and more. To discover or purchase special offers, visit KSC’s web site.

img src=”” alt=”” /> The Orlando Preferred Visitor Magicard is offered by the Orlando Visitors Bureau. If you plan on exploring beyond Walt Disney World borders, Magicard coupons are free and offer discounts to many area restaurants, attractions, hotels, and rental cars. You can download and print your card online for free.

Active military can present their military photo ID at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Ticket Plaza and receive $4 off regular admission. Additionally, active military can get 10% off on merchandise and food. Discount tickets can also be purchased through participating ITT/MWR offices. For more information, visit KSC’s web site.

Florida and Georgia educators may be able to receive a free Annual Pass to explore the Kennedy Space Center. To be eligible for an Educator’s Study Pass, educators must possess a valid Florida or Georgia teacher certificate and be currently employed at an accredited school as a full-time K-12 classroom educator. To receive an Educator Study Pass, if available, educators must present these items to the ticket agents located at the ticket plaza. Call (321) 867-4090.

AAA members should check with there local offices or online for discounts.

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