Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex launches new 2-day ticket, increases single day prices

New ticketing takes effect June 20

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. – If you’re visiting Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex starting at the end of the month, you’ll want to prepare to spend more on tickets.

Starting on June 20, single-day tickets for adults will be $75 and $65 per child, an $18 increase for both. Tickets for military and senior single-day admission will be $70.

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According to KSC, the last time ticket prices were increased was in 2018. Back then, tickets were bumped up $7 to keep up with the costs of improvements being made at the visitor complex.

In addition to raising prices, the attraction is offering a new 2-day ticket option for $89 per adult and $79 per child.

“The new, two-day ticket, which can be used for up to six months from purchase, will make it possible for guests to visit for less than $45 per day while at the same time meeting consumer needs for flexibility and reassurance in travel planning and purchasing,” a release said.

To purchase tickets, click here.


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