KENNEDY SPACE CENTER – Many of the most famous NASA astronauts, including Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and John Glenn served in the military.

In the spirit of this long and storied history of the military and the U.S. space program and as a thank you to all the nation’s service men and women this Veterans Day, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will offer complimentary admission to members of the military – veterans, active-duty, retired and reserve – from Nov. 9 – 11.

The offer is valid for the service member and up to three guests in his or her party.

Those looking to take advantage of this special offer can obtain their tickets onsite at the ticket booths during Veterans Day weekend. Participants must verify their status in-person with an active military ID, retired military ID, a valid driver’s license with veteran classification or DD214 documentation.

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