$15 for One Admission to Space Center Houston (Up to $23.95 Value)
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In a Nutshell
See 400+ space artifacts—including moon rocks—explore interactive exhibits, and peek behind the scenes at the home of Mission Control
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Promotional value expires Jun 1, 2016.May buy up to 10. Ticket is valid only through June 1, 2016, not redeemable after June 1, 2016.. Refundable through Groupon only on day of purchase. Discount reflects Space Center Houston's current ticket prices-price may differ on day of admission. General admission. Amount paid and ticket value include applicable ticketing fees. Must redeem in 1 visit. Not valid for special events outside normal business hours. Children 3 and under are free. Space Center Houston is the issuer of tickets for admission.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
$15 for general admission for one (up to $23.95 value)
Children aged 3 and under get in free.
Space Center Houston
Moon rocks. Mission control. Space suits. The 250,000-square-foot Space Center Houston serves as the Official Visitor Center of NASA Johnson Space Center. More than 400 exhibits, attractions, and artifacts dot the space like stars in a pocket-size galaxy, fueling a passion for science, engineering, math, and technology.
Within the new Independence Plaza visitors can enter and explore a high-fidelity space shuttle replica mounted to the top of the original NASA 905 shuttle-carrier aircraft. Guests can also take a tram tour to visit Historic Mission Control, the actual mission control facility where NASA technicians monitored nine Gemini missions as well as every Apollo mission. The Center also features select pieces from the largest collection of lunar samples for public viewing. Other exhibits allow visitors to explore the International Space Station or contemplate the challenges of successfully sending astronauts to Mars provide a great look at the present and future of space exploration.