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Houston City and NASA's Space Center Sightseeing Tour

Highlights
  • Combine a visit to the Space Center Houston with a city tour
  • See both the Space Center Houston and the Johnston Space Center
  • Interactive exhibits make this a fun stop for all ages
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NASA's Space Center Houston and City Sightseeing Tour
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NASA's Space Center Houston and City Sightseeing Tour
US$79.95
Overview
Discover the history of American space travel with tickets to NASA's Space Center Houston, where you can see everything from full-sized rockets to rocks brought back from NASA missions. Plus since this combination package includes round-trip transport and a sightseeing tour of Houston on a double-decker bus, it's a great way to get your bearings in a vibrant city.
What to Expect
Make your way to a central location in downtown Houston to board an open-top bus for a guided tour of the city. See Hermann Park, City Hall, and the Museum District, while listening to recorded commentary that's full of local facts and stories.

Next, continue by coach to the Space Center Houston, where scientists and astronauts launch rockets and space programs for NASA. There's also a tram tour of the Johnson Space Center included. Watch NASA staff at work, check out the former and current mission control centers, and see the Saturn V rocket, one of the most powerful rockets ever built.

Don't miss the space shuttle replica, Apollo 17, and the International Space Station Gallery's interactive exhibits that explore life on board.

Following your free time at the Space Center Houston, meet back up with your driver for the return trip to downtown Houston.
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1 - 5 of 45 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Great Day Out

I only had a couple of days in Houston, and although this was not quite what I had expected this did make for a nice day out to see some of Houston. There were two separate trips running alongside each other this one and one...More

Thank Amy A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Houston, we have a problem...Yup this is the place!

Who isn't fascinated with space travel huh? I had 3 hours to spend on the facility and believe me, it wasn't enough..As you enter, you will be split between two choices as in what you want to see...Many recommended taking the tram which takes you...More

Thank SidiqArif
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Amazing Exhibit/ Not for Younger Children

Even though a seemly amazing exhibit, not able to handle the size of the crowd attending. Waited for 1 and 1/2 hours to go on the Mission Control Tram Tour. The tour consisted of riding around the facility and having certain buildings pointed out. We...More

Thank Karen R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Amazing if you are into our space program

Went with my grandson and brother. It was a very hot day but it did not deter us from taking the tram ride around the campus. The lines to board a tram were long but the fans kept us cool as we waited the 15...More

1  Thank tahkli71
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Wrong day to visit

We are from the UK and planned to visit on 23rd August on our way from San Antonio to crystal beach. I checked the website for opening hours the day before so we would have had plenty of time. No mention of restricted hours but...More

1  Thank Sufiah W
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mcomendeiro
20 April 2018|
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Response from Alisha B |
About an hour ;)
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Len M
19 April 2018|
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Response from Josef N |
yes, you can tour NASA all by itself. I don't know if there is bus service to NASA. we drove a rental car
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