Special Packages include launch parties, commemorative gifts, live commentary and more
CAPE CANAVERAL (January 25, 2017) – KENNEDY SPACE CENTER – When SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy lifts off from Kennedy Space Center’s famed Pad 39A, the same launchpad from which Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong set course for the moon on Apollo 11 in 1969, a new kind of history will be made. In anticipation of the once-in-a-lifetime event, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is offering guests special viewing opportunities through a selection of packages designed to enhance the experience, all within a few miles from the launchpads. They are as follows:
Package: “Feel the Heat”
Location: Apollo/Saturn V Center
Cost: $195 per person
Two-day admission to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, plus transportation to Apollo/Saturn V Center viewing location – the closest you can safely get to watch the world’s most powerful rocket
A trip to the Shuttle Landing Facility for a first-ever opportunity for the public to visit the exact spot where space shuttle Atlantis made its final wheel stop after its 5.2-million-mile journey.
Premium catered meal including a champagne toast and commemorative champagne flute keepsake