Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Launches Into 2019

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With the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s historic mission to the Moon in July as well as the return of human spaceflight on the Space Coast, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is expecting record visitation in 2019. In anticipation of the increased interest in space and to ensure the highest levels of service and amenities for guests, the visitor complex has a universe of new changes, enhancements, additions and improvements planned and currently underway.

“Two-thousand and nineteen is going to be another exciting year for us,” said Therrin Protze, COO of Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. “We’ve been working hard to create new ways to enhance our guest experience as well as add amenities and upgrades that will make a visit to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex even more memorable. Going forward, our focus continues to be STEM education: the opening of the new Astronaut Training Experience this year has been met with high praise and nearly sold-out bookings. Our public outreach continues to expand through new Title I school initiatives and other exciting programs.”

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