The Official Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex app!
The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex app is the essential guide to planning and customizing your visit to create a great space adventure!
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is your gateway to an active spaceport where a visit gets you closer to NASA than anywhere else on Earth.
• Plan your trip with features such as maps, FAQ’s, and detailed descriptions of shows and attractions.
• Enhance your visit with information on guest services, dining and shopping, and notification options for updated information including rocket launches.
• Use the GPS-enabled wayfinding maps to find your way around the visitor complex and the Apollo/Saturn V Center.
• Easily check the hours of operation and current weather on the home screen.
• Keep all your planned activities organized in your Favorites folder in the navigation.
• Use our free Wi-Fi when visiting through your settings. Select KSCVC-Free-Wifi and select “Accept” when the screen loads in your browser.
Redesigned app to allow for faster content updates and provide support for controlling push notifications.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Doesn't have daily schedules
The app gives you a map of the visitor complex, attractions and events. What it's missing is daily schedules and event locations. We had to use the paper schedule to know movie and presentation times and locations.
Important parts don’t work
Tried to get schedules for IMAX and other activities and when I clicked on the link for schedule it popped me to a page with all the items having schedules. Then click on the one I want and it takes me to a map?? Weird. Did that for all the links on the main schedules page. Also if you have to get away from the app at any point you will automatically end up back on the hone page when you come back to it and have to restart the whole process again.
Requires decent cellular service to work
If you have Sprint, don’t bother downloading this. This ”app” is really just a shell wrapped around API calls to the same data used on their website, it doesn’t exist in the application for offline usage. That simply means “no signal->no data”. Sprint coverage around the Daytona Beach/Cape Canaveral area varies from one bar to none, so you’ll just see an initial landing page image or a white screen if you click on a link (if the menu loads). If only they had some some smart, tech-knowledgeable people working there... wait a minute...
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.