As the fall holidays come to a close, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will transform into a universe of twinkling lights for “Holidays in Space.”
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This year, guests can experience holiday décor throughout the park — from the transformation of the giant NASA meatball at the entrance into a holiday ornament, wreaths adorning every lamppost, a reimagined holiday tree, thousands of lights and more.
New to this year’s Holidays in Space will be a Winter Wonderland, starting Dec. 17, and located next to the Atlantis attraction. The free-standing experience will take place under a large enclosure and feature holiday-themed interactive education stations, photo-ops, performers, a DJ and more. In addition, guests can enjoy live stage performances from Chris the “Astro-Nut” and a DJ dance party from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Winter Wonderland offering will run through Dec. 31, 2021.
The Atlantis West Pavilion will also have a nine-hole mini golf course, corn hole and jumbo “four in a row” games. This will be open all day long for guests to stop by and explore between attractions and exhibits.
Limited edition Holidays in Space souvenir cups will be available for purchase at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex cafes, and guests are encouraged to pick up a complimentary 2021 Holidays in Space collectible pin.
To learn more about this year’s Holiday in Space event, click here.