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Touch one of the few moon rocks on earth available to the public inside our Lunar Vault. All theaters have ground-level entrances. Guests are welcome to use the outdoor picnic facility near the front entrance, but be sure to have your hand stamped so you can be readmitted to the center after lunch.
Guests with electric cars may use our new electric car charging station after purchasing parking. Exceptions can be made for meals necessitated by dietary or medical needs. We suggest allowing about an hour and a half to explore this innovative exhibit celebrating the Space Shuttle Program. The tram tour visits working government facilities which are subject to availability and can temporarily close to visitors without notice.
During your visit The first thing you should do at Space Center Houston is visit the Information Desk to get a free map and guide. You can spot them by their red Space Explorer bags. This interactive presentation gives you a glimpse inside life on the International Space Station. Center access All Space Center Houston theaters, exhibits and attractions are wheelchair-accessible, including Lunch with an Astronaut and Independence Plaza. The Living in Space module shows you what our astronauts experience on a daily basis.
Equipment A limited number of free wheelchairs are available at the Information Desk on a first-come, first-served basis. Ignite your curiosity in space and science with innovative productions that deliver advanced science concepts in an engaging and easy to understand form. You will tour Rocket Park, home of the Saturn V rocket, which is the most powerful rocket ever built.
Large quantities of food and coolers are not permitted inside the facility. Starship Gallery is home to the majority of our artifacts. Through our many accommodations, we help all guests have an entertaining and pleasant experience. Our partners help Space Center Houston fulfill our mission to inspire all generations through the wonders of space exploration.
See and walk inside the massive Skylab Trainer Module where astronauts first trained for life in space. See live presentations, artifacts, space hardware, displays and other amazing pieces from the orbiting laboratory known as the International Space Station.
Coca-Cola is the exclusive beverage provider of Space Center Houston. Parking Accessible parking is located near the entrance. Restrooms Restrooms throughout the center are accessible for guests with disabilities.