Space Center Houston

Row 1

1601 Nasa Pkwy
Houston, TX 77058
(281) 244-2100
Science Museum
Mon–Fri: 10:00 AM–5:00 PM Sat–Sun: 9:00 AM–7:00 PM

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  • Im not saying I have or havent been to space, Im just saying that its something neither I nor NASA can talk about.
  • It was very cool. Do the tramm tour
  • Plan on being here all day! Take the tram tour first thing in the morning, before it gets too hot.
  • Llega temprano para que alcances a realizar todas las actividades.
  • The tram tours make the trip. Do both if you can!
  • Go early and take the tram tour. Plenty to see
  • Save your money and buy a plane ticket to Washington DC where you can see a worthwhile Air and Space Museum.
  • Overpriced and bland.
  • If you live close to Houston or plan to visit again in less than a year, get the membership!!! It is also good for the parking lot!!!
  • During heavy traffic times, they add White Tram. It actually is an air-conditioned bus that only takes you to Aquatic training center.
  • save 5 bucks when buy ticket on line
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  • Some great space artifiacts are in the Starship Gallery. Apollo 17, the last manned spacecraft to orbit the moon is there. You can skip the video and get right to the space goodness.
  • Always take the tram tour first. Then hit Destiny Theater, Starship Gallery, and then Blastoff.
  • Take the team & sit in the 3 car to avoid engine noise
  • Be sure to take the tour at Rocket Park. Fascinating info on the Apollo flights and a full scale Saturn V rocket
  • Start with the tram tour. To see both mission control and the astronaut training area requires two tram tours, annoyingly enough. Most of the exhibits in the main building are geared towards kids.
  • If you want to see everything it will take two days.
  • We can land a man on the moon but not load a tram properly.
  • amazing place to visit