AMERICA’S MOON ROCKETGet up close to a spectacle of human engineering and space travel, the Saturn V rocket. In the Apollo/Saturn V Center, walk beneath a real Saturn V moon rocket, the type of rocket that launched humans to the Moon. The Saturn V consists of three stages — all of which are visible in incredible detail. Take a stroll under this show-stopping giant and fully appreciate the size and complexity of the largest rocket ever flown through space. At 363 feet/111 meters long, it is 60 feet/18 meters taller than the Statue of Liberty! Although a total of 13 Saturn V rockets were launched between 1967 and 1972, this is one of only three remaining in the United States. As the centerpiece of the Apollo/Saturn V Center, this must-see attraction is included on the Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour.

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.

Attraction Details
  • include with admission tag Included With Admission
  • transport Only accessible via the Kennedy Space Center Bus Tour
  • Hours icon Allow 30-45 Minutes including exhibits
  • transport Return shuttle buses leave Apollo/Saturn V Center every 15 minutes and travel 20 minutes to the main visitor complex
  • page detail Wheelchair Accessible
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