Revamped holiday light show set at Kennedy Space Center
The Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex’s Holidays in Space event has returned to the Brevard County attraction.
The celebration features a new, reimagined “kinetic light show” to go with the holiday decor spread throughout the complex.
The production takes place on the Atlantis North Lawn at 5 p.m. nightly. The show will have “jaw-dropping surprises and a rainbow of colors and special effects second only to the planets, comets and stars in the galaxy,” a news release reads.
“It’s an exciting time for space exploration with the recent 60th anniversary of NASA and the upcoming
50th anniversary of the moon landing, and our holiday season here is designed to share our pride and excitement,” said Therrin Protze, chief operating officer of the visitors complex.
The show will occur nightly through Dec. 30, with the exception of Dec.
25. That’s five more dates than last year, the attraction says.
Holidays in Space is included in regular admission. Tickets are $57 ($47 for ages 3 to 11).
There will also be a holiday-themed kids activity area in the Atlantis West Pavilion from Dec. 26-30.
For more information, go to kennedyspacecenter .com. Kennedy Space Center’s Holidays in Space event occurs nightly through Dec. 30, except for Christmas Day.