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Kennedy Space Center

The Official Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Space Shop is the world's largest store devoted entirely to space and NASA gifts, memorabilia, toys and collectibles. TheSpaceShop.com has more than 500 space-related items and NASA souvenirs that will entice enthusiasts of all ages – from the first-time visitor to the serious collector. Items are available online and at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex.

SR 405 Cape Canaveral , 800-621-9826 EXT.1

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Port Canaveral Cruise terminal directins & parking information

Port Canaveral
9245 Charles Rowland Drive (Cruise Terminal #5)
9005 Charles Rowland Drive (Cruise Terminal #10)
Cape Canaveral, FL 32920

Website: www.portcanaveral.org


Travel Time: 45 minutes from the Orlando International Airport and 40 minutes from the Melbourne International Airport.


Directions to Port Canaveral



Traveling from I-95 North or South
•    Take Exit #205, Beachline Expressway (S.R 528 East)
•    Head east approximately 12 miles toward Port Canaveral
•    Follow signs for Cruise Terminal 5 and 10 which are located on A-Side (North) Terminals, reached via S.R 401
•    Follow signs to the cruise terminal

Traveling from Orlando International Airport (MCO)
•    Take the North exit from the airport, staying to the right to the Beachline Expressway (S.R 528 East)
•    Take Beachline Expressway (S.R 528 East)
•    Head east toward Port Canaveral
•    Follow signs for Cruise Terminal 5 and 10 which are located on A-Side (North) Terminals, reached via S.R 401
•    Follow signs to the cruise terminal

Traveling from Melbourne International Airport (MLB)
•    Exit East (left) out of the airport onto NASA Boulevard and follow to U.S Highway 1
•    Turn left (north) onto U.S Highway 1; travel approximately 20 minutes on U.S. Highway 1, past the intersection of S.R 520 in Cocoa and then about one mile to the S.R 528 exit
•    Exit and travel east on Beachline Expressway (S.R 528 East) for approximately 10 miles
•    Follow signs for Cruise Terminal 5 and 10 which are located on A-Side (North) Terminals, reached via S.R 401
•    Follow signs to the cruise terminal

Traveling from Tampa
•    Take I-4 East
•    Exit at Beachline Expressway (S.R 528 East)
•    Head east toward Port Canaveral
•    Follow signs for Cruise Terminal 5 and 10 which are located on A-Side (North) Terminals, reached via S.R 401
•    Follow signs to the cruise terminal


Parking
$15.00 per night (rates subject to change by the Port Authority)
•    Terminal #10: 6-level, parking garage or outdoor parking area with 24-hour surveillance.
•    Terminal #5: Paved, gated, outdoor parking lot with 24-hour surveillance.
•    Full payment due upon entering the parking garage/lot.
•    Accepted forms of payment: U.S Dollars; U.S. Traveler's Checks; Visa; MasterCard.
•    No advance reservations required
•    Handicap Parking available with proof of valid permit.
•    Vehicles over 20 feet in length will pay $26.00 per night.

Traffic Conditions
Florida 511 service provides callers with free information on roads, transportation agencies and travel times.
More information can be found at http://fl511.com/, or by clicking the 511


Port Canaveral Overview

 

Port Canaveral has developed from a small oil and shrimp port into the second busiest cruise port in the Western Hemisphere. Today it is an international hub for cargo grown from humble beginnings. In the mid-1950s, a cargo vessel loaded with newsprint and a petroleum tanker made the first calls on Port Canaveral and Tropicana tanker vessels began transporting refrigerated single-strength orange juice to New York.

The Cove at Port Canaveral is a waterfront recreational area. It is home to a variety of restaurants, shops, charter boats and attractions. Throughout the port, several restaurants and eateries provide a range of menu choices from finger foods to ice cream to full-course dinners. Seafood is a specialty with the day's catch going directly from the deck of the fishing boat to the restaurant kitchen.
The Space Coast
Explore a place where the old fashioned pioneer spirit meets the space age, where pristine natural treasures merge with vibrant cities. Discover the Space Coast's rich history and out of this world attractions in Cocoa Beach, Melbourne, Titusville, Merritt Island and Palm Bay. Meet the Space Coasts's oldest inhabitants by hiking or kayaking through one of the four national wildlife refuges that majestic herons, gentle manatees and toothy alligators call home. Move from the prehistoric to the futuristic at the Kennedy Space Centre, where you can meet real astronauts, tour the cosmos and witness the power of a NASA launch first hand.
Put the space boots away in favor of your sea legs and enjoy a luxury cruise out of Port Canaveral or a chartered fishing trip in search of a big one. If you prefer dry land, stroll along the 72 miles of sandy beaches and soak up the sun.
The Space Coast is a place where residents and visitors alike challenge championship links, surf emerald waves and enjoy romantic seafood dinners at waterfront restaurants.

Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge is an overlay of NASA's John F Kennedy Space center where the world's most advanced technology launched man to the moon, and today, continues space exploration. However, there is another kind of 'space' here, one that is set for over 500 different species of wildlife and 1000 species of plants. Contained within this 35 mile long barrier island is a rich abundance of plants and animals from both the subtropical and temperate climate zone. It is strategically located on the "Atlantic Flyway", a major bird migration corridor, and is a key resting stop for many migrating bird species.
Merritt Island remains unsurpassed as a refuge for endangered species. Currently, the refuge manages habitat for 20 federal and state listed threatened and endangered species, more than any other single refunge in the US. The unique relationship the Refuge shares with NASA bears testimony that nature and technology can peacefully coexist.

 

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