SpaceX Rocket Launch Viewing at Kennedy Space Center

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex guests can experience the stunning sights and powerful sounds of the April 10 launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, scheduled for 4:33 p.m., with two exclusive launch viewing locations.
The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will send the Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station (ISS). This is the sixth of 14 resupply missions by SpaceX for NASA, delivering food and other essential supplies to the crew aboard the ISS.

The Visitor Complex will offer launch viewing from the Apollo/Saturn V Center, located within the secured areas of Kennedy Space Center, as well as bleacher seating or an open lawn viewing area near Space Shuttle Atlantis located in the main Visitor Complex.

Each of the locations offers thrilling viewing experiences:

- The Apollo/Saturn V Center is located within Kennedy Space Center and is approximately eight miles from Space Launch Complex 37. The viewing area features an open lawn and bleacher section overlooking the scenic Banana River. The area includes live launch commentary, food and retail available for purchase, and indoor restroom facilities. Launch Transportation Tickets to Apollo/Saturn V Center are available for $20 in addition to admission and may be purchased online at or by calling 866-870-6239. Buses from the Visitor Complex will begin taking guests with Launch Transportation Tickets to the Apollo/Saturn V Center at 2:45 p.m.

- Located at the main Visitor Complex, viewing adjacent to Space Shuttle Atlantis is included in daily admission. The viewing area is approximately seven miles from the launch pad and offers guests a view of the rocket once it clears the tree line. Bleacher seating, an open lawn viewing area and live launch commentary are provided.

Admission to the Visitor Complex is $50 plus tax for adults and $40 plus tax for children 3-11. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex admission tickets may be purchased at or by calling 877-313-2610.

Launch date, time and viewing locations are subject to change.

1 comment:

  1. Just wanted to let you know it seems this changed to the 13th of April, I think it changed around a week ago but the countdown timer on their website still shows for 10th.

    You can check the link for the launch below if it helps.


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