Center Houston is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission
this summer. Join NASA Johnson Space Center's official visitor center for the anniversary of the Apollo 11 blastoff on July 16
and through the mission’s conclusion, when the astronauts safely splashed down
on July 24.
To learn more about the schedule of events, go here:
Center Houston is offering discounted Golden Tickets for all Johnson employees and contractors, as well as a limited number of guests, to its
Apollo 11 50th Live celebration on July 20, which will include a family STEM
Zone full of fun and educational activities, a concert featuring multiple
artists (to be announced soon) and a countdown to Neil Armstrong’s first steps
on the Moon with synchronized LED wristbands.
On July 20, JSC employees and contractors will
receive their usual complimentary access to normal Space Center Houston
activities. The Golden Ticket upgrade to enjoy the concert experience is $20.
Johnson employees and contractors must show their NASA ID and purchase tickets on-site
at Space Center Houston. Fine print: Limit
one Golden Ticket per employee or contractor, and you must be present to
With your NASA ID and on-site only, Johnson
employees and contractors may purchase up to three Golden Tickets for
family/friends at $44.95 per ticket. Any additional tickets are full price
A very limited number of VIP packages are
available for July 20, and you can read more details about those packages and
their pricing here:
Space Center Houston is offering JSC employees
and contractors the opportunity to purchase tickets in-person starting at 8 a.m.
Friday, May 24, and Monday, May 27, at Space Center Houston. Tickets may also
be purchased in person any day during Space Center Houston’s normal operating
Tickets go on sale to the general public at
noon Friday, May 24, so act quickly to secure your spot on this historic day!
Contact Space Center Houston at email@example.com or 281-244-2100.
Leaving footprints on the Moon. Artemis and Gateway will be the next programs to further human space exploration of our lunar neighbor. Image Credit: NASA