There are moments in American history that unified our country and shifted our culture. The Apollo Moon landings represent one of these pivotal periods. Experience the wonder of the Apollo Program from the days leading up to the first launch and to the Moon landings that followed. At the Apollo/Saturn V Center, stand in amazement under the gigantic Saturn V, the largest rocket ever flown! Discover historic moments with Apollo 8 and the Firing Room, view legendary artifacts in the Treasures Gallery, and relive the events that surrounded the landing of the first man on the Moon in the Lunar Theater. Here, get an up-close look at the moments and monuments that helped America win the race to the Moon.

Please note the following upcoming early close times for the Apollo/Saturn V Center due to operational requirements:
Closing at 4 PM on July 16.
Closing at 5 PM on July 17, 18, 19 and 20.

Mission Zone Overview
  • Hours icon Allow 2-3 Hours Including the Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour and Return Trip
  • transport Only accessible via the Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour
  • transport Return shuttle buses leave Apollo/Saturn V Center every 15 minutes and travel 20 minutes to the main visitor complex
  • dining icon Moon Rock Cafe
  • shopping icon Shopping
  • page detail Wheelchair Accessible
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Key Attractions

Ad Astra Per Aspera

Apollo 8 and the Firing Room

Exploring the Moon

Lunar Theater

Apollo Treasures Gallery

Look Closer


Astronauts from the Apollo era and the first few shuttle missions used this van for their ride from crew quarters to the launch pad.
Launch umbilical tower

Launch Umbilical Tower

Segments of the Apollo Programs rocket pad launch support system astronauts traveled on to reach the capsule atop the Saturn V rocket.
Tours are offered at the Apollo Saturn V Center.

Apollo/Saturn V Guided Tours

Guided tours of the Saturn V Moon rocket take place several times daily. Learn about the 363 feet of this magnificent artifacts.
Moon Rover exhibit at Apollo/Saturn V Center

Moon Rover

The first lunar rover was used during the Apollo 15 mission allowing astronauts to traverse across the moon's surface.