American Space Museum & Space Walk of Fame, Titusville

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The American Space Museum & Space Walk of Fame is a nonprofit organization located in the heart of America's Gateway to Space, in Titusville, FL.

Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and military, $5 for students 13-18, and FREE for youth age 12 and under.

The museum is run by professional museum and non-profit officials as well as former space workers, engineers, managers, enthusiasts, and the retired pioneers of space exploration. Our board is populated by individuals -- including astronauts -- who defined America's leadership role in space exploration. When you visit the museum, be prepared to discover artifacts, stories, documents and images from the glory days of space exploration. Our purpose is to preserve space history, highlight the brilliant workforce who makes it all possible, and inspire a new generation of dreamers and doers. We are a singular facility that offers and inspiring and hands on experience.

The museum comprises an indoor facility overflowing with historic artifacts and one-of-a-kind items and a manicured nearby “Space Walk” monument park that features towering monuments honoring the workers and astronauts of the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, and Shuttle Programs. And be sure to visit our STEAM Shop -- a unique retail space dedicated to science, technology, engineering, art and math. There you will find kits, projects, activities, devices and games suitable for school projects, at-home learning, adult education and just plain fun. Great for birthdays, holidays and more -- and we can special-order almost anything you need!

The American Space Museum is open six days a week. Come visit us to see artifacts and unique items from space history up close and personal, along with docents who worked in the space program and are eager to share their stories!
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  • Great morning spent here with an incredible look at a launch control room which has been restored. Scavenger hunt was great with prizes ! Personal tour guide was so knowledgeable! 
    Great morning spent here with an incredible look at a launch control room which has been restored. Scavenger hunt was great with prizes ! Personal tour guide was so knowledgeable!  more »
  • The American Space Museum is a must-visit for space-buffs that are in town to visit Kennedy Space Center and/or to see a launch. It's a great value, there are interesting artifacts, and the folks... 
    The American Space Museum is a must-visit for space-buffs that are in town to visit Kennedy Space Center and/or to see a launch. It's a great value, there are interesting artifacts, and the folks...  more »
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  • Took my son here on a whim since its right down the road from our house. I'm so glad that I did, we had a fantastic time! The staff members are extremely nice and knowledgeable. They offered us a scavenger hunt at the beginning which I thought was a cute touch. The rooms are filled with awe-inspiring pieces of space history. We particularly enjoyed the old equipment from the 50's/60's that they let you touch. A very nice man, unfortunately I cannot remember his name but it started with a D, offered to do some science experiments with my son. Let me tell you, they blew his mind! He hasn't stopped talking about it since. This museum is an affordable, educational experience that is a lot of fun for the entire family. Can't recommend enough! Stop in if you get the chance. They also offer "Mad Science" classes for the kids on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month.
  • Wonderful museum with high quality information and neat artifacts. The best part, however, is the staff, many of whom worked either directly for NASA or were related to the missions somehow, like the one office manager who was a retired local EMT and gave us her perspective as someone who was involved in the launches on standby. I have visited this museum twice and each time gotten something new out of it.

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