Let’s talk about our visit to Kennedy Space Center
Today on the CruiseTipsTV Unplugged Podcast, we take a closer look at one of Port Canaveral’s top excursions. The Kennedy Space Center. Special Guest, Junior Editor helps us break down the history and must-do attractions.
If you want a few quick tips for visiting KSC, here are Juniors’ top three tips:
Number 1: Don’t stress yourself trying to decide where to visit next- everywhere you go there will provide a wonderful experience, in my opinion.
Number 2: Take a moment to look at the details. Everywhere you go, there are meticulous details planted in every exhibit, Right down to a glove testing simulator where you hold your hands over a sensor, which senses them and puts them in space gloves on the screen, where you can move around blocks. There are airlocks, technology, and way more.
Number 3: Check out the food- the food is absolutely fantastic at the KSC. At the Saturn V exhibit, we went to the Moon Rock Cafe, which has all sorts of amazing food, from hot dogs to space dippin’ dots.
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