BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. – After being closed for months, the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex has reopened.
What you need to know
- Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex reopens
- Ticket prices have been reduced
- Face mask is required, some experiences remain closed
With the new guidelines, everyone should wear a face mask or cover and have their temperature checked before entering the complex.
Kennrin Space Center Visitor Complex Chief Operating Officer Therrin Protze recommends visitors get their tickets online in advance as they place their capacity at 50 percent or 2500 people.
“Schedule their tickets so that not everyone comes at the same time,” said Protze.
Admission tickets also have a specific date and time for access to ensure social distance. There will also be direction markings on the floor at some attractions and dining areas, along with more hand sanitizing stations in the attraction.
To give visitors more for their money, Kennedy Space Center has cut ticket prices by nearly 50 percent.
Some experiences remain closed to ensure social distance, so the visitor complex will give guests an additional free ticket to use next year once the complex is fully reopened.
And visitors get a free parking ticket to use next year along with your free admission ticket.
Meanwhile, the visitor complex will be open on Saturday for the SpaceX launch attempt, but attractions officials say the tickets have already sold out.