The Kennedy Space Center is one of the 10 NASA Field Centers and has been a primary launch center for human spaceflight since 1968. The Visitor Complex inside the center houses numerous attractions and exhibits for visitors of all ages. Before your visit to this exciting space museum, there are a few things to keep in mind.
Stay on this page to learn about the various Kennedy Space Center rules and regulations before your visit.
The Kennedy Space Center is a family-friendly environment. Guests must wear appropriate attire for their visit. Clothes with objectionable material and exposing an inappropriate amount of skin or portions of the body are not permitted.
Food and drinks packed inside small soft-sided containers are permitted into the Kennedy Space Center. Glass bottles and hard containers, however, are not allowed inside.
All service animals are allowed inside the Kennedy Space Center. Pets, however, are not allowed into the attraction. If you have a pet with you, there is an on-site air-conditioned pet kennel that you can avail of for free. Guests are encouraged to provide food, toys, & blankets for their pets.
Parking is available at the Visitor Complex for a small fee. For motorcycles, the cost is $5 for the day, for oversized vehicles like RVs, the cost is $15, and for automobiles, the cost is $10 per day.
Guests are not allowed to bring any weapons inside the Kennedy Space Center. This includes the weapons of off-duty officers. Please leave any weapons securely in your vehicle to expedite your entry into the attraction.
Smoking is only permitted in designated areas within the Kennedy Space Center. This includes the smoking of electronic cigarettes. Smoking areas are present throughout the area and can be spotted easily via sign boards.
A first-aid station is located within the Kennedy Space Center in the main Visitor Complex. If you or anyone in your group requires medical services please ask the crew members to assist you to the station.
The information center located at the main entrance to the Visitor Complex has a lost and found section. Please contact a staff member if you have lost any personal belongings.
Photography using handheld cameras or phones is allowed inside the Kennedy Space Center. However, professional photography equipment such as tripods and strobes are not allowed into the space center.
Lockers are present at the Kennedy Space Center. However, they are quite small in size and are not big enough to hold large suitcases and bags. The lockers are ideal for storing small bags and handbags.
Cell phones can be used freely inside the Kennedy Space Center without any restrictions. However, please avoid playing loud music or speaking on the phone too loudly. Keeping one's phone in silent mode is ideal.
A. The Kennedy Space Center features air-conditioned kennels for pets, accessible equipment for disabled visitors, designated smoking areas, locker facilities, as well as an information center to help with any queries.
A. Social distancing and wearing a mask indoors are recommended at the Kennedy Space Center.
A. Yes, food and drinks can be carried in small soft-sided containers inside the Kennedy Space Center. However, glass bottles and hard containers are not allowed.
A. No, pets are not allowed inside the Kennedy Space Center. However, there is a kennel where you can leave your pet until you’re done with your tour.
A. Yes, guide dogs are allowed inside the Kennedy Space Center.
A. Guests are required to wear appropriate attire, such as a shirt and shoes for men and a dress or a skirt for women. Guests wearing clothing revealing an inappropriate amount of skin or having offensive material will not be allowed inside.
A. Yes, there are multiple restrooms at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
A. Yes, photography is permitted inside the Kennedy Space Center. However, professional photography is not allowed.
A. No, there is no need to carry an ID to enter the Kennedy Space Center.
A. Yes, parking is available at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and can be availed for a fee.
A. Yes, smoking is permitted at the Kennedy Space Center, but only in the designated areas.
A. There are multiple designated smoking areas at the Kennedy Space Center and can spotted clearly via sign boards.