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 Air Force Space and Missile Museum:

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Address: 191 Museum Circle
Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida 32925-2535
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Postal address:  

Firing Room B

Firing Room B

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Explorer 1

Explorer 1

City: Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
Zip code: 32925
State: Florida
Country: United States of America
Web site: www.afspacemuseum.org 
Contact: ccafstours@patrick.af.mil 
Phone: +1 (321) 494-5945
Fax:  
Opening hours: The museum is open to the general public via a bus tour that originates from Kennedy Space Center's Visitor Complex. NASA/Delaware North Parks Service operates a bus tour 7 days a week (launch schedule permitting) called "Cape Canaveral: Then and Now." The tour lasts about 2 1/2 hours and includes a stop at the museum, NASA's Launch Complex 5/6, and various other historic launch complexes at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. 

To make reservations, send an e-mail to ccafstours@patrick.af.mil . Please include your name (or names if making reservations for a group), telephone number and e-mail address. For more information, call 321-494-5945 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Admission: No
Gift shop: Yes
How to get there:  
Collection: The Air Force Space and Missile Museum at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station preserves both the hardware and the spirit of United States' ventures into space. The museum displays numerous missiles, rockets and related space equipment.

 

 

Aerobee

Agena A

Agena B

Astro Chimps display

Athena

Atlas F

lockhouse and the control rooms for Complex 26

Blue Scout

Bomarc A

Bull Goose

Bull Goose rockets

Bullpup missile

Complete German V-2 engine

Corporal

Explore I satellite exhibit

Falcon

Firebee Drone

Firebird

Firebird missile

Gemini 2 Spacecraft

Honest John

Hound Dog A

Jupiter

Lacrosse

LARCD Vehicle

Little John

Mace A

Matador

Minuteman I

Navaho missile

Navajo

Nike Ajax

Nike Hercules

Patriot Missile

Pershing

Pershing II

Polaris A-1

Polaris A-3

Quail

Rascal

Redstone

Rocket Sled

Shuttle display

Sidewinder

Skybolt

Skybolt missile

Snark

Sparrow I

Subroc

Tartar

Thor Able

Thor ICBM

Titan I

V-1

Weather Rockets

Atlas F

Atlas F

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