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Fully escorted small group Adult Tours, departing at flexible times throughout the year and based upon numbers and maybe arrive in time to watch a rocket launch! Contact: me, at for more information and to register interest!
Places will be limited!

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NASA last space shuttle launch was ATLANTIS on July 8, 2011 and their new rocket, the Space Launch System is now planned for launch in 2018.




  • Ever wanted to fly the space shuttle?
  • Have lunch with a real astronaut?
  • See John Glenn’s launch site?
  • See the Saturn V Moon rocket up close?
  • Visit the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum in Washington?

See a Delta, Atlas V or Falcon 9 rocket and the "Atlantis" orbiter. Then see where the Mars and Moon rovers were developed at the JPL in Pasadena and Mission Control in Houston!

 If you watched the moon landing on TV then the  Adult Space tour is for you! more info>


Corporate Programs immerse participants in the role of astronaut or fighter pilot, by combining team activities, state-of-the-art simulated training and missions, outdoor challenge courses and classroom sessions, and is available for both incentive and professional development purposes.

It’s a place where business suits are replaced with flight suits, cellular phones are exchanged for throttle controls and you’re calling the shots from the seat of a high-performance jet or launching the most sophisticated vehicle ever created by mankind. more info>

Kennedy Control

Launch Pad Kennedy Centre
Epcot @ Disneyworld Saturn V Engines
Get a sense of the experience from   
our photos and short videos.  


Even though still an official "Space Camp®Ambassador" for Australia, Ken has retired from taking tours and I am now taking inquiries from schools and interested parties for group tours in 2017. These tours to NASA Space facilities represent a great opportunity for students who may wish to pursue a career in Science, Mathematics or Information Technology.

This is the science excursion of a lifetime! more info>

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