Filming at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex hosts press and film crews from around the world on a daily basis. If you are interested in filming, photographing, or broadcasting from the visitor complex, or at one of our tour destinations, please complete and submit the filming location request form with the links below.
Once the reequest for is complete, click here to submit
A Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex public relations department representative must escort your film crew at all times.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex filming locations include:
· Space Shuttle Atlantis®
· Rocket Garden with eight vintage rockets and three "climb-in" space capsules
· Astronaut Training Experience®
· Mars Base 1
· Heroes & Legends featuring the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame
· Shuttle Launch Experience
· Journey to Mars: Explorers Wanted
· Astronaut Encounter show
· Ticket Plaza entryway
· Apollo/Saturn V Center
· KSC Bus Tour stops
News media: Please allow a few days notice.
Feature production/film crews: Please provide a four-week advance notice for approval of the project/program.
All requests must receive NASA approval. Film crews containing foreign nationals should provide at least one month advance notice for badging purposes.
Rocket launch filming requests: Due to the large volume of guests on launch days, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex offers limited support for filming and media requests.
We are unable to review filming requests until rocket launch dates and times are confirmed. Once a rocket launch date is confirmed, please submit a Filming Location Request Form with the proposed film date for review.
Please be advised, filming requests relating to rocket launches are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. If your request does not include a travel, tourism angle or cover the launch experience at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, please reach out to the launch provider directly for rocket launch filming.
Blackout dates: Due to the large volume of guests December 22 – January 1, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex will not support filming.