You get to see up-close NASA’s launch and landing facilities including the chance to view a space shuttle launch! There’s no point in the debate if the NASA educational tour should be a part of your curriculum!
Arrival in Houston.
Take a tour of Space Center Houston:
Shuttle and space station mock-ups, Historic Mission Control, Saturn V rocket, Part Task Trainers, Starship Gallery Enjoy the Living in Space show.
Participate in an educational program at Space Center Houston:
Learn about the use of robotics in the space program.
Houston Cape Canaveral Board your flight to Orlando Transfer to Cape Canaveral.
Take a tour of NASA Kennedy Space Center:
NASA Kennedy Space Center’s headquarters, Space shuttle launch pads, Shuttle Landing Facility, Vehicle Assembly Building, NASA’s Crawler Transporter Eat lunch with an astronaut, Visit the Astronaut Hall of Fame.
Participate in the ATX Astronaut Training Experience:
Simulate a mock shuttle mission Travel to Orlando.
Visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios:
Visit Sea World Participate in a SeaWorld educational program.
Enjoy free time in Orlando, Board your overnight flight home.
Arrive Home. Here ends our NASA educational tour!
This information is primarily for parents: All our tours are teacher led. If you’re interested in sending your child a tour, please send us the contact information of the concerned teacher in his/her school. We will contact the school authorities and pursue it further. Once the school approves the tour, students can register for the tour.
Registration and Documentation: You need to fill in the registration form provided and submit the necessary documents (which will be informed to you) along with the registration fees.
Manage Deadlines: Triplou Educational Tours makes all the arrangements for your tour months in advance. It is important for you to adhere to all the payment deadlines provided to you to ensure that your child’s reservation is secure.
Get Prepared For The Tour: You will receive a detailed itinerary, details of hotels and a copy of your ticket from us. Students should spend some time on preparation work. Your child should read up about the places they are about to visit.
Read our instructions for students and packing tips. It is important to read the code of conduct for students and explain it to your child.