You are in for a treat today. I was able to dig some photos of NASA's Kennedy Space Center awhile ago and I thought of sharing these with you all. I am truly busy for the past few weeks because we are moving to the gulf coast. I have few minutes to fool with my PC because it's raining outside and I can't do my #DIY yet.
|This place is heading to the Astronaut's Memorial. |
For kids who are visiting the Kennedy Space Center, the Astronaut's Memorial could be the last place they will check out and the Angry Birds attraction must be their priority. I based that from what I observed every time I visited KSC. The Astronaut's Memorial is one my personal favorites because this place is truly educational. This is a sad place and solemn but, at the same time, uplifting and inspirational.
|Me taking a rest.|
I know, you can't see a single soul here. The tourists went to the attractions besides, they can check out this place in few minutes.
|I took these photo to show you, no one is heading to the memorial yet.|
|The memorial is a big area. |
|A display on the way to the Memorial.|
|NASA's Jet Set|
|Northrop T-38 Talon in 1965 is the first twin-engine, high altitude supersonic jet trainer aircraft.|
|It keeps us wondering "What's next?"|
|Before Atlantis arrived here. Oh you should see the Atlantis Attraction today. Worth your money really.|
|The Angry Birds attraction and yep, kids love this place.|
|This place is what you see when you are heading to the Astronaut's Memorial.|
|Of course, the Rocket Garden is always a favorite.|
If you plan to visit Florida, you should include NASA's Kennedy Space Center. It is just an hour drive from Orlando. I can assure you that the ticket you paid for to check out #KSC is worth it. You will have a great time in Atlantis, Rocket Garden, Apollo/Saturn V Center, and Astronaut's Memorial are places worth seeing for. Thanks for stopping by. I will see you next time.