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15 Reasons Why Disney Fans Will Love Visiting Kennedy Space Center In FL

Kennedy Space Center

7. Space Visor If Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire blew your mind, then enter a new dimension of Kennedy Space Center with a Space Visor. Headsets are available to buy online or on site while the required mobile apps are free. You’ve learned the secrets of the Empire – now discover those of the universe… Photo Credit: Kennedy Space ...

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15 Reasons Why Disney Fans Will Love Visiting Kennedy Space Center In FL

Kennedy Space Center

11. Merchandise Like Disney World, you’ll find countless lines of galactically-themed merchandise here. For starters, purchase out-of-this-world toys and apparel at The Space Shop. And keep your eyes on the schedule for this store as a different astronaut signs autographs on the second floor every day! Photo Credit: Kennedy Space Center

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15 Reasons Why Disney Fans Will Love Visiting Kennedy Space Center In FL

Kennedy Space Center

14. Simulators If you love Star Tours – The Adventures Continue, you’re already cut-out for the Astronaut Training Simulators at the Shuttle: A Ship Like No Other’s Mission Zone. Here you’ll learn how to pilot, dock and land a space shuttle. So your star-touring adventures will continue even after you leave Disney World! Photo Credit: Kennedy Space Center

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15 Reasons Why Disney Fans Will Love Visiting Kennedy Space Center In FL

Kennedy Space Center

13. Dining At the Rocket Garden Café you can enjoy views of spaceflight history. Or try the Rocket Fuel Food Truck’s tasty treats that will give you enough energy to “take off” on your adventure. And don’t forget the Martian Rocks flavor ice cream at Space Dots, for which you’ll be “eternally grateful”! Photo Credit: Kennedy Space Center

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15 Reasons Why Disney Fans Will Love Visiting Kennedy Space Center In FL

Kennedy Space Center

15. Mission Zones Not dissimilar to Disney World’s parks, Kennedy Space Center is divided into “Mission Zones”. Each one celebrates a different era in space exploration along with unique attractions. But with experiences that go “to infinity and beyond”, be sure to grab a map and plan your day. Photo Credit: Kennedy Space Center

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