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The displays and information was well presented and excellent

We enjoyed our time to the Kennedy Space Center. The launch tour and related displays were excellent. The only negative to the experience was the cranky security guard that checked our bags at admission, he went out of his way to be rude and surly. Perhaps he was not accustomed to the Florida sunshine, as his badge said he was from Oregon. This was a trip to remember the great moments in the space program. It was well worth it to experience the Kennedy Space Center

We had a really enjoyable and informative day.

Our trip to the space center was one of the best trips we've had. We thoroughly enjoyed seeing the launch sites, learning about the first trips into space, the Apollo programme, the space shuttle and all the latest developments. Our guide was very knowledgeable and both he and our driver organised the day perfectly. We couldn't have enjoyed ourselves more.

Miami: Kennedy Space Center & Outlet Shopping Reviewed by Margaret, 03/16/2019

Great trip, well worth the time. Amazing guide Kenzo!

KSC is a great spot to dive into United States culture. It's the place that serves no other purpose than benefit of the whole mankind. No other place like that in the world, closest to the Moon you can get, at the moment :)

Miami: Kennedy Space Center & Outlet Shopping Reviewed by Dmitry, 02/19/2019

Kennedy Space Centre excellent but wrong pick up point given

KSC was excellent - well worth seeing. Local staff very helpful but email confirming the booking showed a pick up point several kilometres from the hotel - fortunately staff at the hotel were able to correct.

Fun but I think we are spoiled by Disney, which this isn’t.

The fact that the Space Center filled with impossible scientific feats will not allow mobile device tickets or for that matter printed e-tickets (which requires standing on a very long line) is ludicrous!