Families can have an out-of-this-world Spring Break experience at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. They recently announced the top five things for kids to do during spring break.
Opening March 22, is the first interactive Angry Birds attraction in the U.S. Angry Birds Space Encounter brings to life the space adventures of the Angry Birds as they follow their kidnapped eggs into an inter-galactic wormhole. Along the way, the birds gear up with heroic superpowers as they come face-to-face with Space Pigs. Definitely a can't miss for the fans of this popular game.
Spring Camp Kennedy Space Center (KSC) provides young people ages 8 to 14 with an inspiring week of fun and enriching space activities. The camp, themed "Out of This World Science," will be held March 25-29 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
KSC Up-Close Tours allow visitors to share mankind's greatest achievements and future of the space program with the entire family and receive rare behind-the-scenes access to areas of Kennedy Space Center that have been off limits to the public for decades.
Shuttle Launch Experience at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is an incredible journey of vertically launching into space and orbiting Earth aboard the space shuttle. The five minute experience in the one-of-a-kind, custom-designed crew cabin culminates with a breath-taking view of Earth from space.
Astronaut Encounter provides guests with the rare opportunity to meet veteran astronauts from NASA's famous Astronaut Corps. During spring break, Astronaut Encounter participants are space shuttle astronaut Winston Scott, March 23-24; space shuttle astronaut Bob Springer, March 25; and space shuttle astronaut Jerry Ross, March 26-31.
The Visitor Complex will also celebrate the grand opening of the new $100 million home of Space Shuttle Atlantis June 29. This is only one of the many exciting new things coming to Orlando this 2013.