Space Center Houston
The Space Center Houston and NASA Johnson Space Center are two places, but they are inseparable. Johnson Space Center is the largest aerospace research, production, and control center in the United States. American space rockets and shuttles are launched in Florida, but all control is done here. This is, of course, the control center for the 1969 moon landing. So the first word that humans say on the moon is "Houston" so that now people often joke about "Houston, we have a problem". When visiting the space center, a small train takes tourists to the Space Center (including the rocket Park) to visit, once every 20 minutes. There are many people, so the waiting time very long. If possible, you should go as early as possible. In addition, there is a place inside the Space Center for everyone to take photos. Tourists often think it is free, but it is not. Each piece is about ten dollars.
Address: 1601 e NASA Pkwy, Houston, TX 77058
Open hours: different seasons, generally open from 9:00 to 10:00 and close from 17:00 to 20:00. Please visit the official website for details.