Thursday, October 12, 2017

Discounted Kennedy Space Center Tickets For Brevard County Residents Oct. 23 - Nov. 5


Brevard County, Florida residents can enjoy heavily discounted Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex tickets from October 23, 2017 through November 5, 2017.

Ticket prices during these two weeks for Space Coast residents are $15 for adults and $10 for children ages 3-11 (plus tax). This rate is also valid for up to 6 people per party.


Admission includes the Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour featuring the Apollo/Saturn V Center with an actual Saturn V moon rocket, the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit, Shuttle Launch Experience, IMAX® Theater 3D Films, Astronaut Encounter, Journey to Mars: Explorers Wanted, Rocket Garden, Heroes and Legends featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame, and rocket launch viewing (when available).

In order to receive this discount residents must bring their driver’s license or utility bill for proof of residency in Brevard County. Tickets must be purchased at the visitor complex on the date of entry, and only the purchaser need be a Brevard County resident.


DONATIONS COLLECTED FOR BREVARD SHARING CENTERS

Brevard County was one of the areas that endured damage from Hurricane Irma, and Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is working with Brevard Sharing Centers to ensure members of local community have adequate supplies while they rebuild. 

Guests are encouraged, but not required, to bring in canned foods and other non-perishable items to donate to Brevard Sharing Centers during Salute to Brevard. It is the perfect time to clean out the pantry and help those in need in our community.

Consider donating any of the following:

Canned goods
Other non-perishable foods such as pasta, oatmeal or sauces
Baby formula and food
Hygiene products

In addition to food donations, the Visitor Complex will collect used plastic grocery bags. The bags will be “upcycled” into lightweight, waterproof mats for homeless veterans. Bring your bags free of holes or damage and they can be turned into plastic yarn, or “plarn.” 

Photo credit: Kennedy Space Center