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Space Center Houston

Category: Monuments + Museums

1601 NASA Road One, Houston, TX 77573
281.244.2100

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Enjoyable day - user review
The visitors center is designed mostly for the enjoyment of children, but there are some interesting exhibits for adults also. Take the tram tour early, and then repeat it later i...
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Completely awesome! - user review
It was very neat, the kids loved it!It wasnt too expensive, it was totally worth it! We hope to go back again. We g...
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Great for kids - Skip if only adults - user review
My husband and I visited the Space Center earlier this month and paid approximately $20 a person to get in which included one tram tour of our choosing. When you first walk in (and I m...
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Designed by Disney, Space Center... - expert review
Designed by Disney, Space Center Houston puts space travel at kids fingertips. Interactive exhibits help them understand what its like for astronauts to eat and shower in space, ...
mobiltravelguide.com

Don't waste your time - user review
We went to Space Center Houston October 3rd with our five year old grandson. We thought we paid a lot of money for very little value. We took the tram to see the rocket park and AFTE...
tripadvisor.com

Movie Set Travel: Zoom - expert review
We admit it, this week's a little light on decent movie releases. But if you've got a niece or nephew and want to see Sony's latest kiddie flick, head to theatres for Zoom today. Chevy Chase and Courtney Cox make appearances, while Tim Allen plays a former superhero called Jack who is coaxed back fr...
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Fun for kids, informative for adults - user review
Plan on spending at least 4 hours here. Very informative and some interesting things to see. Dont miss the tram tour! Plenty of activites for kids and some com...
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Space Center Houston - expert review
Kids and adults can learn about space exploration at Life on the deck of a space shuttle is simulated in the Space Center Plaza. In the Kids Space Place, children can ride on the lunar rover and try out tasks in the Apollo command module. The adjacent Johnson Space Center tour includes a visit to Mi...
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Blast Off! - user review
Space Center Houston might have been intended for kids, but kids of all ages will find something to enjoy - from memories of the older Apollo missions, to watching the Space Shutt...
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Disappointment! - user review
I was expecting to see an actual life-sized space shuttle (even if it is a decommissioned version) and tour the current actual Mission Control, so I was deeply disappointed when...
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NASA - user review
Everything was wonderful! We Loveit, specially the slogan...Failure is not an Option! Employees, were very helpful, and intructives, The Tran Tour was excellent, ill reco...
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Johnston Space Center,Houston, Texas - user review
This place is alot of fun for the kids,They have lots of games,you can shoot up a rocket,or build and launch your own using computers that you can talk and inter act with other gu...
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Good just for kids - user review
If you want to enjoy a sunday with your kids.. Space center is your place. If you want to see something real forget it. The only interesting thing is the full size copy of S...
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Space Center Houston (NASA) - user review
Over the years I have made many visits to NASA both as an invited guest to the Inspection Days of pre 9-11 and to this commercial visitor center. This visitor center is a delight. I would plan a full day so that you don't miss anything before closing time comes. Give yourself plenty of time to walk ...
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Space Center Houston - user review
The Space Center Houston is great for both adults and kids. At some places like this the kids are having fun, but the adults are bored. Not here. The Space Center is the visitor's part of the Johnson Space Center. You'll get to see moon rocks and space probes. Climb inside real astronaut space bunks...
igougo.com

Space Center Houston - user review
'The closest thing to Space on Earth' is their slogan, and it's true. Very realistic programs designed to be intelligent fun for the whole family. Visit the Shuttle Cockpit, take a 'walk' on the Moon, see what the astronauts see from Space! Pr...
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NASA - great! - user review
Me and my daughter visited NASA a few weeks ago and we both loved it. There's so much to learn. If I happen to go back to Houston, I'll definitely stop by NASA again. Not sure if this wi...
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Space Center Houston - expert review
Put on your space helmet and blast off to the most exciting, fun adventure on Earth. Space Center Houston, voted Houston's #1 attraction, is a spectacular journey into America's space program - from its dramatic past to its exciting present... all the way into the future. Out-of-this-world family fu...
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Amazing pieces of our Space History - user review
At first when I entered the museum, it seemed like just one big room, and it was a disappointment. But as I started to walk around, and saw the displays, I ended leaving happy. ===They hav...
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Excellent! - user review
Take the VIP tour, costs a bit more but you see a LOT more! You get to go everywhere behind the scenes. Gets you away from the screaming kids in ...
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disappointing - user review
I recently visited the Space Center with my wife and we were very disappointed. The main 'museum' area holds very little historical information and is dominated by a childrens adventu...
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Great FAMILY fun! - user review
My husband and I visited the Space Center....granted the middle of July is NOT an ideal time to go, we still enjoyed ourselves. If you have kids, you'll have a much better time. We found t...
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Very Dissappointed - user review
2 stars is a reach. My husband (who loves this stuff), my 9 yr old daughter , 3 yr old son and I drove 3.5 hours to the Space Center this past weekend. I went to NASA before they had...
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Space Center Houston - expert review
Space Center Houston is the visitor center for NASA's Johnson Space Center. It's the product of the joint efforts of NASA and Disney Imagineering. Easily the most popular attraction in the Houston area, there's nothing like it anywhere else in the world. You'll find plenty of exhibits and activities...
frommers.com

children's museum with a space theme - user review
i just went to the space center last week (thursday, june 14) with a couple of friends and it seems that a few things have changed since the last comments were posted even though they were ...
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Could Have Been Better - user review
Major disappointment. Does not hold a candle to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida or even the Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama. Poorly organized with minimal information to...
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We had a great time. - user review
We got to tour the Center thanks to a worker there who was getting married. She got us the tickets and gave us some insights from actually being there every day. My boys both very you...
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AWSOME TIME - user review
THIS PLACE WAS SO CLEAN NICE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY OR JUST FOR THE TWO OF US EVEN IF YOU DONT LIKE OR CARE ABOUT SPACE SHUTTLES OR ANYTHING IT IS THE BEST . WE WILL GO BACK BUT TH...
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Space Center Houston
Space Center Houston is the Official Visitors Center of NASA's Johnson Space Center, which is the home of astronaut training and Mission Control. We are a separate 501(c)(3) organization, not a government agency. Internet ...
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Space Center Houston Media Information Site
- How do you get humans into space? That was a question that pondered scientists for centuries. Saturn V, the world’s largest,most powerful rocket ever built and operated became the answer to that question and safely took astronauts into space and the moon before retiring. Saturn V has just been c...
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