Apollo/Saturn V Center to reopen with enhanced safety measures this month

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — Beginning this month, guests of the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will be able to go back to the moon with the reopening of the Apollo/Saturn V Center.

The attraction, which has been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will now have new health and safety guidelines in place.

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Measures such as limited seating, routine disinfecting of buses, social distancing and face coverings will be part of the center’s efforts to keep guests safe.

We’re going back to the Moon! The Apollo/Saturn V Center is re-opening in late March 2021. We have implemented safety...

Posted by Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex on Wednesday, March 3, 2021

The Apollo/Saturn V Center is an interactive exhibit that takes guests through NASA’s Apollo Program from the first launch to the Moon landings.

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Visitors can also get a look at one of only three Saturn V rockets in the world.

You can read more about the enhanced safety measures here.

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Matt Reeser

Matt Reeser, WFTV.com

Matt Reeser joined WFTV in 1998 as a news photographer and has worked for television stations in Kentucky and West Virginia.