BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. — Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will shift into holiday mode next month with the return of Holidays in Space.
What You Need To Know
- Holidays in Space begins at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex on Dec. 15
- The event will feature holiday decor, a nighttime projection show and photo backdrops
- Holidays in Space is included with admission to the visitor complex
For the event, which runs Dec. 15 through Dec. 30, the complex will roll out new seasonal decor and a new Rocket Tree Trail behind the Orbit Cafe.
Other decor visitors can find around the complex includes a 50-foot tree in the Rocket Garden, six-foot-tall astronaut nutcrackers, the NASA meatball holiday ornament and large photo backdrops.
Holidays in Space will again feature “Starflake’s Holiday Voyage,” a six-minute nighttime projection show on the outside of the Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex.
“With all the current excitement around space exploration as we anticipate eventual voyages to the Moon and Mars, the visitor complex is a hub for learning, inspiration and fun, especially with it decked out for the holidays,” Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex COO Therrin Protze said in a statement.
Holidays in Space is included included with admission to the visitor complex, which is $75 for an adult one-day ticket and $65 for children.
For more information, visit kennedyspacecenter.com.