Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex announces new ticket pricing, multiday options

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex announced new ticket pricing and multiday options for guests beginning June 20.

The new, two-day ticket is in response to increased interest in space, thanks in part to the return of crewed missions and anticipation for the Artemis moon mission.


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Also announced this week was an increase in price for a single-day admission, to $75 per adult and $65 per child.

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex COO Therrin Protze said the increase will allow the center to enhance educational opportunities and improve the overall experience for guests.

“With the addition of Gateway, which is a multihour attraction and provides a whole new experience for the complex, this price increase will enable us to provide greater in-park experiences, enhanced programs and promotional offers for our guests,” Protze said.

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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is entirely visitor-funded through admissions and sponsorships. It does not receive federal funding.

More information about Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and ticket pricing can be found here.

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Matt Reeser

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