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    This is a must-visit place in Houston. Want to see actual things that have been to space? You can do that. Want to sit in mockups of those things? You can do that. Want to go on a guided tour of Johnston Space Center? You can do that. Want to see an entire Saturn V up close and personal? You can do that.When I went they were in the process of adding a new huge shuttle exhibit, which looks like it will be fun as well. Really, just go. It’s worth your time.

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    I enjoyed it. Too bad there’s not going to be another space launch for (Also, this is not counting the I.S.S.) like 30 years, to MARS. 60 Million miles away people. Love ya Houston. (But no to mosquito and mugginess, those no-no.)

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    I have just arrived in the Houston area anxious to experience the NASA space center here. On their web site it says you can save $5 off the admission price (even quote the after discount price) if you buy your ticket on line. However, when you get to the on line ticket window you see there is a $1.50 “service fee” for the discounted price, so your savings are really $3.50 NOT $5.00. Bait and switch. I contacted the city attorney’s office about this highly unethical practice but be warned – the $5 discount is a LIE. Nice way to be treated, don’t you think? I can hardly wait to go visit them now.

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    Didn’t enjoy a minute . It cost you $6.00 to park . Nearly 22.00 per person to get in. You stand in line for 45 minutes to do the simplest of exhibits. The food in the food court sucks. There are emoyees stamding around chattting with one another when there are obvious things to be taken care of. And the tram ride…We stood inlune for 90 minutes. Just as we loaded on to the tram. Someone saw lightning. So they unloaded all the passengers. Then we were told that everyone had to go back into the main building and give up our boarding pass. Which also ment that if the tram ooened again later we would have to get back in line (AT THE BACK END OF COARSE ) and start the wait all over again. I didn’t see much of the space center. But after this experience, I can’t say that I am missi g anything. I will not be back

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    7-5-14 Holiday weekends are too crowded to see what you pay for. The main building has interesting things to see, but would only take about 2 hours if the lines were minimal. The tram will shut down if there is any chance of lightning. $30.95 spent… and done in 55min. 2stars. No swag found worth buying. Can someone point the way to the beach. I am disappointed I drove 3 hrs for this. #Save up your money for a trip to Kennedy Space Center were you will spends little more money for a full day of 5Star Florida that you may want a second day to see everything.#. EDIT: wait…no-edit, I meant all of that! Without the tram ride, its just like 55 min at a crowded mall. Try midweek.