Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex To Re-Open Sunday Following Hurricane Matthew
By Space Coast Daily // October 7, 2016
Employees asked to report for work as scheduled
ABOVE VIDEO: Take a look inside the only Central Florida attraction that takes you inside America’s space program, and puts you nose to nose with the last Space Shuttle to fly around the planet, Space Shuttle Atlantis. Get an insider’s view of the Kennedy Space Center on one of our exclusive bus tours, or book a special lunch with an astronaut, ask questions, and take a picture.
BREVARD COUNTY • CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will re-open Sunday, October 9, and resume its regular operating hours of 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., seven days a week.
The visitor complex will remain closed through Saturday, October 8, to accommodate for debris cleanup and minor repairs sustained during Hurricane Matthew.
The main visitor complex attractions, exhibits, movies and programs, including Space Shuttle Atlantis, Shuttle Launch Experience, Astronaut Encounter, Journey to Mars: Explorers Wanted, 3D space films and more, will be available to the public.
At this time, a timeframe for the opening of the Kennedy Space Center bus tours has not yet been established.
The public is encouraged to check the website – www.kennedyspacecenter.com – for tour and program updates.
Employees are asked to report to work as scheduled.
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