Apollo Anniversary Celebration

All eyes will be on Houston, the home of human spaceflight, as the world celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing and Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the Moon on July 20. Space Center Houston is the perfect setting to celebrate all things Apollo 11 this summer – especially from the anniversary of the Apollo 11 blastoff on July 16 through the mission’s conclusion when the astronauts safely splashed down back on Earth on July 24.


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Apollo 50 Celebration guide

JULY 16 | 9am-8pm

Lunch with Apollo Flight Controllers (12 p.m.)

Attendees will be seated at a table to enjoy a delicious lunch with an Apollo-era flight controller and have the opportunity to talk with them about their experiences, memories and learnings.

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Public price: Adults - $69.95, Child - $35.95. Member price: Adult - $40, Child - $11.

NASA Tram Tours featuring Apollo Mission Control Center at NASA Johnson Space Center

The only way to see what goes on behind the scenes at NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) is through Space Center Houston. The center’s NASA Tram Tours feature an opportunity to visit the Apollo Mission Control Center, a national historic landmark. From this iconic room, the NASA team exercised full mission control of Apollo 11 from leaving the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center to splashdown in the Pacific Ocean. Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, the room has been restored back to how it originally looked in the 1960s. Visitors this summer will be among the first to see the restored control center and feel like they are stepping back in time as they watch the original consoles operate and enjoy an immersive audio-visual experience that will allow them to witness the pivotal moments of the Apollo 11 mission in the same space where they happened. Availability will be limited, so timed tickets will be offered on site on a first come, first serve basis.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Mission Briefings on the Apollo 11 mission

Visitors can enjoy informative briefings about important activities involved with Apollo’s historic flight, including some of the important mission tasks accomplished on the journey.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Apollo 11-themed Pop-Up Science Labs

These hands-on workshops let kids explore science and engineering in fun and educational ways. Experience opportunities to be part of science and gain a better understanding of what it took to send humans to the Moon and keep them safe throughout their journeys.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

On This Day: Special Apollo history presentation

Hear from experts as they discuss and describe what was happening on the Apollo 11 mission on July 16, 1969 in the Mission Briefing Center.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Explorer Camps

Celebrate the anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 launch while exploring the future of space travel in this special three-day Explorer Camp July 15-17. Campers will be inspired to learn about the world around them and beyond. Click here to learn more and register for an Explorer Camp.

Public price: $184.95, Member price: 10% off with member code (contact our Reservations Department to receive member code)

Special screening: Chasing the Moon

Join us July 16 at 7 p.m. for a special screening and panel discussion of Chasing the Moon, a three-part documentary by Robert Stone. The screening will be an excerpt of the film titled Magnificent Desolation and will be followed by a panel discussion featuring Stone and NASA engineer Poppy Northcutt. The film utilizes archival material, much of which has never been seen by the public and features Northcutt, a 25-year old “mathematics whiz” who gained worldwide attention as the first woman to serve in the all-male bastion of NASA’s Mission Control.

Price: Free

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JULY 17 | 9am-8pm

NASA Tram Tours featuring Apollo Mission Control Center at NASA Johnson Space Center

The only way to see what goes on behind the scenes at NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) is through Space Center Houston. The center’s NASA Tram Tours feature an opportunity to visit the Apollo Mission Control Center, a national historic landmark. From this iconic room, the NASA team exercised full mission control of Apollo 11 from leaving the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center to splashdown in the Pacific Ocean. Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, the room has been restored back to how it originally looked in the 1960s. Visitors this summer will be among the first to see the restored control center and feel like they are stepping back in time as they watch the original consoles operate and enjoy an immersive audio-visual experience that will allow them to witness the pivotal moments of the Apollo 11 mission in the same space where they happened. Availability will be limited, so timed tickets will be offered on site on a first come, first serve basis.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Mission Briefings on the Apollo 11 mission

Visitors can enjoy informative briefings about important activities involved with Apollo’s historic flight, including some of the important mission tasks accomplished on the journey.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Apollo 11-themed Pop-Up Science Labs

These hands-on workshops let kids explore science and engineering in fun and educational ways. Experience opportunities to be part of science and gain a better understanding of what it took to send humans to the Moon and keep them safe throughout their journeys.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

On This Day: Special Apollo history presentation

Hear from experts as they discuss and describe what was happening on the Apollo 11 mission on July 17, 1969 in the Mission Briefing Center.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Explorer Camps

Celebrate the anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 launch while exploring the future of space travel in this special three-day Explorer Camp July 15-17. Campers will be inspired to learn about the world around them and beyond. Click here to learn more and register for an Explorer Camp.

Public price: $184.95, Member price: 10% off with member code (contact Reservations Department to receive member code)

JULY 18 | 9am-8pm

Lunch with the Children of Apollo (12 p.m.)

Dine in style while enjoying a panel discussion featuring children of Apollo-era astronauts and flight controllers sharing memories and reflecting on their experiences growing up with fathers who played pivotal roles in the Apollo era mission. The panel will include Jeff and Barbara Lovell, Amy Bean, Tracy Cernan Woolie and Gwen Griffin (moderator).

Public price: Adult - $69.95, Child - $35.95. Member price: Adult - $40, Child - $11.

Space on Screen + Dinner: Armstrong (6 p.m.)

This special edition of Space Center Houston’s monthly space-related film series, Space on Screen, will feature dinner and the brand new documentary, “Armstrong.” Come enjoy dinner in Astronaut Gallery, among astronaut flight and space suits, as well as space photos and artwork. Dramatic, moving and deeply human, “Armstrong” offers the definitive life story of Neil Armstrong: from his childhood in Ohio to his first steps on the Moon and beyond, using home videos shot by the man himself and unseen footage from NASA.

Price: Adult - $39.95, Child - $24.95.

NASA Tram Tours featuring Apollo Mission Control Center at NASA Johnson Space Center

The only way to see what goes on behind the scenes at NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) is through Space Center Houston. The center’s NASA Tram Tours feature an opportunity to visit the Apollo Mission Control Center, a national historic landmark. From this iconic room, the NASA team exercised full mission control of Apollo 11 from leaving the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center to splashdown in the Pacific Ocean. Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, the room has been restored back to how it originally looked in the 1960s. Visitors this summer will be among the first to see the restored control center and feel like they are stepping back in time as they watch the original consoles operate and enjoy an immersive audio-visual experience that will allow them to witness the pivotal moments of the Apollo 11 mission in the same space where they happened. Availability will be limited, so timed tickets will be offered on site on a first come, first serve basis.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Mission Briefings on the Apollo 11 mission

Visitors can enjoy informative briefings about important activities involved with Apollo’s historic flight, including some of the important mission tasks accomplished on the journey.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

“Apollo 11 50th Live at Space Center Houston” Sponsor Activity Tent

This large tent will be full of activities, informative displays, and giveaways for our guests to enjoy provided by the companies generously supporting Space Center Houston’s “Apollo 50 Live” celebration.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Apollo 11-themed Pop-Up Science Labs

These hands-on workshops let kids explore science and engineering in fun and educational ways. Experience opportunities to be part of science and gain a better understanding of what it took to send humans to the Moon and keep them safe throughout their journeys.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

On This Day: Special Apollo history presentation

Hear from experts as they discuss and describe what was happening on the Apollo 11 mission on July 18, 1969 in the Mission Briefing Center.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

JULY 19 | 9am-10pm

Lessons from Mission Control

Enjoy a dinner and special presentation with legendary NASA flight director Gene Kranz. Kranz will provide a special talk reflecting on his experience at Apollo Mission Control during the Apollo 11 landing. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear Kranz’s first-person account of one of the most historic moments in human history. This will be a ticketed event with limited capacity.

Price: Adult - $99.95, child - $79.95

NASA Tram Tours featuring Apollo Mission Control Center at NASA Johnson Space Center

The only way to see what goes on behind the scenes at NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) is through Space Center Houston. The center’s NASA Tram Tours feature an opportunity to visit the Apollo Mission Control Center, a national historic landmark. From this iconic room, the NASA team exercised full mission control of Apollo 11 from leaving the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center to splashdown in the Pacific Ocean. Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, the room has been restored back to how it originally looked in the 1960s. Visitors this summer will be among the first to see the restored control center and feel like they are stepping back in time as they watch the original consoles operate and enjoy an immersive audio-visual experience that will allow them to witness the pivotal moments of the Apollo 11 mission in the same space where they happened. Availability will be limited, so timed tickets will be offered on site on a first come, first serve basis.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Mission Briefings on the Apollo 11 mission

Visitors can enjoy informative briefings about important activities involved with Apollo’s historic flight, including some of the important mission tasks accomplished on the journey.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Apollo 11-themed Pop-Up Science Labs

These hands-on workshops let kids explore science and engineering in fun and educational ways. Experience opportunities to be part of science and gain a better understanding of what it took to send humans to the Moon and keep them safe throughout their journeys.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

“Apollo 11 50th Live at Space Center Houston” Sponsor Activity Tent

This large tent will be full of activities, informative displays, and giveaways for our guests to enjoy provided by the companies generously supporting Space Center Houston’s “Apollo 50 Live” celebration.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

On This Day

Hear from experts as they discuss and describe what was happening on the Apollo 11 mission on July 19, 1969 in the Mission Briefing Center.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

JULY 20 | 9am-12am

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“Apollo 11 50th Live at Space Center Houston” Celebration

An all-day and evening celebration of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 landing on the Moon and the first steps on the Moon. Components are listed below:

  • Opening ceremony: At 8:30 a.m. kick off a day full of celebration featuring a host of notable and inspiring speakers from the Apollo era and today
  • Presentations: Special 45-minute panel presentations featuring Apollo-era flight controllers throughout the day including:
    • Lunar Module Development and Operations at 10 a.m. with panelists Richard Cucco, Jack Knight and William Reeves
    • Lunar Module Landing at 11 a.m. with panelists John D. Hold and Milton J. Heflin
    • Lunar Science Experiments at 12 p.m. with panelists Wendel Mendel and Arthur L. Schmitt
    • Command Module Landing and Recovery Operations at 1 p.m. with panelists Harold A. Loden, William Reeves and Robert Nance
  • Book signings by renowned authors:
    • "Dutch" von Ehrenfried will be signing copies of his book, “Apollo Mission Control; The Making of a National Historic Landmark”
    • Rick Houston will be signing copies of his book, “Go Flight! The Unsung Heroes of Mission Control”
  • Outdoor Festival Events:
    • Outdoor evening concert - Talent to be announced at a later date
    • Public countdown led from the stage to Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the Moon at 9:56 p.m. CST (much like the ball drop on New Year’s Eve in New York’s Times Square), complete with synchronized digital lighted wristbands for attendees
    • Late night NASA Tour Trams to Rocket Park
    • Family STEM Zone with fun and educational activities
    • A variety of indoor and outdoor food & drink options
    • Golden Knights, the US Army official aerial parachute demonstration team, will parachute in at noon
  • Rocket Park activities:
    • US Army Apache helicopter on display
    • US Army exhibit trailer focusing on robotics
    • Jerry Woodfill Rock and Roll Show (55 minutes)
  • VIP experience packages: Depending on package, additional experiences will include:
    • Concert pre-party/happy hour and special VIP seating at concert, including a commemorative chair to take home, or
    • Dinner and a special presentation by Apollo era luminaries, as well as an evening tour of Apollo Mission Control Center, where the Apollo 11 mission was controlled, in the final hours leading up to the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s first steps on Moon at 9:56 p.m. CST

Prices:

  • Golden Ticket: includes general admission + access to outdoor festival & concert.
    • Public price: $49.95; Member price: $20 per ticket up to 6 tickets
  • Golden VIP Ticket: includes all-inclusive concert pre-party featuring beer, wine, heavy hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar for cocktails, exclusive tour for Apollo Mission Control Center, reserved VIP concert seating, a branded take-home folding chair, and onsite parking – one parking pass per four tickets purchased).
    • Public price: $250; Member price: $212.50 per ticket up to 6 tickets
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  • Golden Deluxe VIP Ticket: includes all-inclusive seated dinner, beer, wine and a cash bar for cocktails, an exclusive presentation by Apollo-era luminaries in Space Center Theater, exclusive tour for Apollo Mission Control Center, reserved VIP concert seating, a branded take-home folding chair, and onsite parking – one parking pass per four tickets purchased).
    • Public price: $325; Member price: $276.25 per ticket up to 6 tickets
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NASA Tram Tours featuring Apollo Mission Control Center at NASA Johnson Space Center

The only way to see what goes on behind the scenes at NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) is through Space Center Houston. The center’s NASA Tram Tours feature an opportunity to visit the Apollo Mission Control Center, a national historic landmark. From this iconic room, the NASA team exercised full mission control of Apollo 11 from leaving the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center to splashdown in the Pacific Ocean. Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, the room has been restored back to how it originally looked in the 1960s. Visitors this summer will be among the first to see the restored control center and feel like they are stepping back in time as they watch the original consoles operate and enjoy an immersive audio-visual experience that will allow them to witness the pivotal moments of the Apollo 11 mission in the same space where they happened. This tour will only be available to Golden VIP and Golden Deluxe VIP ticket holders on July 20.

Price: Included with your VIP ticket to the Apollo 11 50th Live at Space Center Houston celebration.

Mission Briefings on the Apollo 11 mission

Visitors can enjoy informative briefings about important activities involved with Apollo’s historic flight, including some of the important mission tasks accomplished on the journey.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Apollo 11-themed Pop-Up Science Labs

These hands-on workshops let kids explore science and engineering in fun and educational ways. Experience opportunities to be part of science and gain a better understanding of what it took to send humans to the Moon and keep them safe throughout their journeys.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

“Apollo 11 50th Live at Space Center Houston” Sponsor Activity Tent

This large tent will be full of activities, informative displays, and giveaways for our guests to enjoy provided by the companies generously supporting Space Center Houston’s “Apollo 50 Live” celebration.

Price: Included with your Apollo 11 Commemorative July 20 admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

JULY 21 | 9am-6pm

NASA Tram Tours featuring Apollo Mission Control Center at NASA Johnson Space Center

The only way to see what goes on behind the scenes at NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) is through Space Center Houston. The center’s NASA Tram Tours feature an opportunity to visit the Apollo Mission Control Center, a national historic landmark. From this iconic room, the NASA team exercised full mission control of Apollo 11 from leaving the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center to splashdown in the Pacific Ocean. Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, the room has been restored back to how it originally looked in the 1960s. Visitors this summer will be among the first to see the restored control center and feel like they are stepping back in time as they watch the original consoles operate and enjoy an immersive audio-visual experience that will allow them to witness the pivotal moments of the Apollo 11 mission in the same space where they happened. Availability will be limited, so timed tickets will be offered on site on a first come, first serve basis.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Mission Briefings on the Apollo 11 mission

Visitors can enjoy informative briefings about important activities involved with Apollo’s historic flight, including some of the important mission tasks accomplished on the journey.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Apollo 11-themed Pop-Up Science Labs

These hands-on workshops let kids explore science and engineering in fun and educational ways. Experience opportunities to be part of science and gain a better understanding of what it took to send humans to the Moon and keep them safe throughout their journeys.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

“Apollo 11 50th Live at Space Center Houston” Sponsor Activity Tent

This large tent will be full of activities, informative displays, and giveaways for our guests to enjoy provided by the companies generously supporting Space Center Houston’s “Apollo 50 Live” celebration.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

On This Day: Special Apollo history presentation

Hear from experts as they discuss and describe what was happening on the Apollo 11 mission on July 21, 1969 in the Mission Briefing Center.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Special presentation: Apollo Engineering Design, Development, and Certification Challenges

Landing Apollo 11 on the Moon was a watershed event for humanity. But, the Apollo program required unprecedented engineering innovations so that Neil Armstrong could take that fateful first step. Join us at 11:30 a.m. July 21 for a panel discussion about the Apollo engineering design, development and certification challenges. Panelists will include spacecraft propulsion engineer Henry Pohl, structures and materials engineer Tom Moser and crew systems environmental control engineer Ed Smylie. They’ll discuss the challenges of building a system to dock two spacecraft while in orbit, transit to the Moon, land on its surface and return safely.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Member exclusive: Discovery Briefing

Discovery Briefings are an exclusive opportunity for Discovery Circle members to get behind the scenes with curators, current NASA scientists and other experts. Dr. Steven Jolly, Director Chief Engineer in the Commercial Civil Space division at Lockheed Martin, will discuss the development of the lunar landers that will play a key role in returning to the Moon. All members can access this insightful afternoon, which will include special guests Apollo engineering alumni, complimentary drinks and hors d’oeuvres. Discovery Circle members will have an opportunity to RSVP soon. Not a Discovery Circle Member? We’re offering a limited number of $15 tickets for purchase to members only.

Price: Free to Discovery Circle members; $15 for all other member levels

JULY 22 | 9am - 8pm

NASA Tram Tours featuring Apollo Mission Control Center at NASA Johnson Space Center

The only way to see what goes on behind the scenes at NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) is through Space Center Houston. The center’s NASA Tram Tours feature an opportunity to visit the Apollo Mission Control Center, a national historic landmark. From this iconic room, the NASA team exercised full mission control of Apollo 11 from leaving the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center to splashdown in the Pacific Ocean. Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, the room has been restored back to how it originally looked in the 1960s. Visitors this summer will be among the first to see the restored control center and feel like they are stepping back in time as they watch the original consoles operate and enjoy an immersive audio-visual experience that will allow them to witness the pivotal moments of the Apollo 11 mission in the same space where they happened. Availability will be limited, so timed tickets will be offered on site on a first come, first serve basis.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Mission Briefings on the Apollo 11 mission

Visitors can enjoy informative briefings about important activities involved with Apollo’s historic flight, including some of the important mission tasks accomplished on the journey.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Apollo 11-themed Pop-Up Science Labs

Moon These hands-on workshops let kids explore science and engineering in fun and educational ways. Experience opportunities to be part of science and gain a better understanding of what it took to send humans to the Moon and keep them safe throughout their journeys.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

On This Day: Special Apollo history presentation

Hear from experts as they discuss and describe what was happening on the Apollo 11 mission on July 22, 1969 in the Mission Briefing Center.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

JULY 23 | 9am-8pm

NASA Tram Tours featuring Apollo Mission Control Center at NASA Johnson Space Center

The only way to see what goes on behind the scenes at NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) is through Space Center Houston. The center’s NASA Tram Tours feature an opportunity to visit the Apollo Mission Control Center, a national historic landmark. From this iconic room, the NASA team exercised full mission control of Apollo 11 from leaving the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center to splashdown in the Pacific Ocean. Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, the room has been restored back to how it originally looked in the 1960s. Visitors this summer will be among the first to see the restored control center and feel like they are stepping back in time as they watch the original consoles operate and enjoy an immersive audio-visual experience that will allow them to witness the pivotal moments of the Apollo 11 mission in the same space where they happened. Availability will be limited, so timed tickets will be offered on site on a first come, first serve basis.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Mission Briefings on the Apollo 11 mission

Visitors can enjoy informative briefings about important activities involved with Apollo’s historic flight, including some of the important mission tasks accomplished on the journey.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Apollo 11-themed Pop-Up Science Labs

These hands-on workshops let kids explore science and engineering in fun and educational ways. Experience opportunities to be part of science and gain a better understanding of what it took to send humans to the Moon and keep them safe throughout their journeys.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

On This Day: Special Apollo history presentation

Hear from experts as they discuss and describe what was happening on the Apollo 11 mission on July 23, 1969 in the Mission Briefing Center.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

JULY 24 | 9am-10pm

Lunch with Apollo Flight Controllers (12 p.m.)

Attendees will be seated at a table where they will enjoy a catered lunch with an Apollo-era flight controller, where they will have the opportunity to talk with them about their experiences, memories and learnings.

Public price: Adult - $69.95, Child - $35.95. Member price: Adult - $40, Child - $11.

Apollo 11 Mission Splashdown Party (6-10 p.m.)

This fun, 1960s-themed evening bash will feature live music and activities as attendees are surrounded by Space Center Houston’s extensive collection of Apollo-era artifacts, as well as lots of interactive exhibits and activities featuring the exciting present and future of human space exploration. Food and drink will be available for purchase. This will be large scale community event.

Price: Included with general admission.

NASA Tram Tours featuring Apollo Mission Control Center at NASA Johnson Space Center

The only way to see what goes on behind the scenes at NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) is through Space Center Houston. The center’s NASA Tram Tours feature an opportunity to visit the Apollo Mission Control Center, a national historic landmark. From this iconic room, the NASA team exercised full mission control of Apollo 11 from leaving the launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center to splashdown in the Pacific Ocean. Just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, the room has been restored back to how it originally looked in the 1960s. Visitors this summer will be among the first to see the restored control center and feel like they are stepping back in time as they watch the original consoles operate and enjoy an immersive audio-visual experience that will allow them to witness the pivotal moments of the Apollo 11 mission in the same space where they happened. Availability will be limited, so timed tickets will be offered on site on a first come, first serve basis.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Mission Briefings on the Apollo 11 mission

Visitors can enjoy informative briefings about important activities involved with Apollo’s historic flight, including some of the important mission tasks accomplished on the journey.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

Apollo 11-themed Pop-Up Science Labs

These hands-on workshops let kids explore science and engineering in fun and educational ways. Experience opportunities to be part of science and gain a better understanding of what it took to send humans to the Moon and keep them safe throughout their journeys.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

On This Day: Special Apollo history presentation

Hear from experts as they discuss and describe what was happening on the Apollo 11 mission on July 24, 1969 in the Mission Briefing Center.

Price: Included with your general admission ticket to Space Center Houston.

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