Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex to Create 60s Retro Holiday Bash for Annual ‘Holidays in Space’ .. @ExploreSpaceKSC #HolidaysinSpace

Holidays in Space event returns to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

The annual Holidays in Space event returns to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex December 13 – 31, and this year will feel like a 60s retro holiday bash.

Guests will enter a futuristic 1960 wonderland through an illuminated rocket archway. Retro music and décor using 60s era patterns, as well as 10,000 sparkling lights, will set the tone.

A multimedia short film event experience, “Holidays in Space!,” will take guests on a thrilling journey with Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, shuttle, and International Space Station crews across NASA’s historic space missions from the 60s and into the future, beginning at 5pm each night.

Instagram-ready photo ops will be set up throughout the Atlantis Pavilion ranging from 3-D immersive displays to space-themed backdrops.

After dark, the 10,000 twinkling lights create the perfect holiday photo backdrop.

Holidays in Space is included with admission to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

Daily tickets are $57 + tax for adults, and $47 + tax for children ages 3 – 11. Annual passes start at $82 + tax for adults, and $67 + tax for children ages 3 – 11.

For more information, visit KennedySpaceCenter.com.


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