This museum is only a short drive from the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Your ticket from the Kennedy Space Center will get you into the Astronaut Hall of Fame within 7 days of your visit. You can spend a couple hours here and see it all, well worth a stop if you are in the area.
|A collection of test pilot helmets from a few of the original astronauts|
The building houses the world's largest collection of personal space memorabilia and great displays showing the history of the Space Race and the US Space programs.
There is an area with interactive displays where you can try to do some of the tasks the astronauts do in space and a G-force trainer! If you are brave enough there is the opportunity to experience 4Gs in the trainer - but lines can get long for this as it only seats 2 people at a time (about 20 per hour can do this). You can try your hand at the Space Shuttle landing simulation which is quicker and doesn't have the same effect on your stomach as the G-force trainer!
|A wall mural by Alan Bean|
A small gift shop is at this location but there is no cafe or restaurant so plan accordingly.