Apollo/Saturn V Center Reopening with Enhanced Safety Measures

The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex announced a late March reopening of the Apollo/Saturn V Center with enhanced safety measures. The attraction has been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

We’re going back to the Moon! The Apollo/Saturn V Center is re-opening in late March 2021,” the Kennedy Space Center posted on social media. “We have implemented safety protocols to ensure a trusted space for the well-being of you and our crew, including limited bus capacity and enhanced cleaning procedures for direct transportation to and from the Apollo/Saturn V Center.”




Due to the enhanced safety measures, a transportation reservation will be required to visit the Apollo/Saturn V Center, even though the exhibit is included as part of admission. Learn how to make a reservation for your group to visit the Apollo/Saturn V Center.

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