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New annual pass options available at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

by Matt Roseboom

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Those looking to visit Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex many times over the year now have some new options when buying an annual pass.

“This new annual pass structure offers expanded value and the ability for guests to select the level that best fits their needs and expectations,” said John Clifford, senior sales and marketing director of the Visitor Complex. “With the holidays approaching, it’s a great time to purchase an annual pass to experience all there is to see and do at the Visitor Complex, including one-of-a-kind attractions such as the new Space Shuttle Atlantis and Angry Birds Space Encounter.”

The new three-tiered annual pass structure and benefits are as follows:

Tier 1: Discovery Pass, $75 plus tax for adults, $60 plus tax for children ages 3-11
• Unlimited admission for one year
• 10 percent off admission tickets for up to six guests per visit
• A Discovery Pass lanyard
• The Visitor Complex newsletter

Tier 2: Atlantis Pass, $89 plus tax for adults, $71 plus tax for children ages 3-11
• All Tier 1 Discovery Pass benefits
• Free parking
• 10 percent off souvenirs
• 10 percent off food and beverage
• 10 percent off Astronaut Training Experience and Camp KSC
• Exclusive special events and privileges
• An Atlantis Pass lanyard

Tier 3: Explorer VIP Pass, $139 plus tax adults and children
• All Tier 1 and Tier 2 Pass benefits
• One free KSC Up-close tour
• One free Lunch with an Astronaut
• A free collectible souvenir
• An Explorer Pass lanyard

Guests who have purchased the previous Commander’s Club annual pass within the last year will continue to receive those benefits through the expiration date of their pass.

Located about 45 minutes from Orlando, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex features many attractions and year-round interactive programs, including meeting astronauts. For more information on Kennedy Space Center Complex, please visit KennedySpaceCenter.com. Since the Visitor Center is run by a third-party and is funded through guests’ purchases, it remains open during the government shutdown, although some tours may not be running.

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