Apollo/Saturn V Center Reopens at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
By Space Coast Daily // March 15, 2021
Passengers will be required to wear face coverings
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Following a temporary closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will be delivering guests “back to the Moon” by way of the Apollo/Saturn V Center beginning today, March 15.
In accordance with new health and safety guidelines, seats on the bus will be limited and are subject to availability. Guests will use a kiosk near the bus transport entrance to select a departure time and reserve their spot on the bus.
When a boarding time is announced for departure, guests will be welcomed inside a gated area with social distancing markings.
Once inside the bus, passengers will be seated in a socially distanced manner for the short trip directly to the Apollo/Saturn V Center and can return at their leisure.
No advance reservations for bus transportation are available.
The health and safety of employees and guests is the highest priority for Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, and the bus rides to the Apollo/Saturn V Center are no exception.
Departures will be timed to minimize crowding as well as time onboard the bus. Drivers are specially trained to disinfect the buses after arrival at the Apollo/Saturn V Center, again following return to the visitor complex bus queue and prior to the start of each day to ensure a worry-free travel experience.
Passengers will be required to wear face coverings and seating and capacity will be appropriately managed to maintain proper social distancing.
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