Monday, December 30, 2013

At the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

Okay, let us explore NASA's Kennedy Space Center today. I just open my folder and picked these photos. If you are a frequent visitor of this blog, you have known by now that we live just about 10 minutes away from #KSC. My husband and I can go there any day and anytime we want. For less than $60, Floridians will get to enjoy a pass which is good for 1 year. That's fabulous right?
These machines are great help to speed up on purchasing a ticket.
On a busy day though, these ticket machines ain't enough to accommodate the guests
but, there's no problem with that. There is a ticket counter across this area.
If you are in Orlando and visiting Disney World,
spare a day and visit Kennedy Space Center for an exciting Educational tour.
One of the amazing attractions here in Kennedy Space Center is the Atlantis.
OMG! It's my favorite especially the video showing and the grand entrance to the showroom.
At the front of Atlantis attraction in Kennedy Space Center. The $100 million home of the Atlantis.
This dancing fountain is located near the ticket center outside of the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.
A shot of the US flag with the Atlantis icon on the background.
The spacious parking lot. Each area is named after an Astronaut.
Outside of the Kennedy Space Center Complex.
The view heading to the entrance and ticket center of the Kennedy Space Center.
This is the entrance to the Kennedy Space Center.
One of the restaurants inside the Kennedy Space Center.
On this particular day, we were headed to the Atlantis attraction.
This year has been an exciting year for us. We get the chance to visit Kennedy Space Center more often because we have a yearly pass. We usually stayed an hour or two and come back the next time to check out other attractions. We were able to watch quiet a few rocket launch in the Space Coast. One time we did watch a rocket launch in KSC in the Apollo Saturn V Center area. I believe it is indeed the best viewing area for rocket launch of the Canaveral Air Station. That's all for now friends. Thank you so much for visiting my blog as always. Have a safe and Happy New Year!

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