As the country prepares 11 the 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon mission to celebrate, a series of targets with links to historical events are keeping travelers the opportunity to commemorate. From the National Air and Space Museum Smithsonian in Washington, DC for the Kennedy Space Center in Houston, many sites the possibility of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin offer to celebrate the first steps on the moon 50 years ago, on July 20 from a multi – dollar auction 11 manual for launches of rockets and ceremonial concerts, festivals to commemorate 11 points to take a flight Apollo Apollo all week. Looking for a great way to celebrate the anniversary of Apollo 11? Here are eight places to visit in the coming days. Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum (Washington, DC) is located on the National Mall in Washington, DC, the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum is one of the largest and most comprehensive aerospace museums in the world. With many exciting space and air travel exhibitions and fascinating IMAX experiences to choose from, the Air and Space Museum all you need is to celebrate and explore a long history of space. And on July 16 the museum will have Neil Armstrong’s space suit on display for the first time in 13 years. The museum will also survey stations for practical learning, including the Rock moon that visitors can handle. Although the museum is being renovated, it is open to the public 10: 00-05: 30 et al. Admission is free, and the digital museum guide are available at $7 Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center (Chantilly, VA) The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center is the companion Center Washington National Air and Space Museum, and the voice to this satellite center is also free. A major attraction here is the discovery of the third room space shuttle visiting. Begun in 1984, the discovery of 30 fixed-term successful missions, most of any other orbiter NASA, the agency says. Current exhibitions at the Center include space science, satellite application, the manned space flight and aviation German World War II (where visitors can learn about the scientific play roles specific space objects). The museum is open 10: 00-17: 30 et al. There are young people and adults the digital leader at the Center for $7 Space Center in Houston (Houston, TX) Houston, we have a really cool place to explore! This National Historic Landmark just did renovations completed on its new Apollo Mission Control Center again. This project involved the restoration of the iconic mission control room, the look has been redesigned, as it did in 1969, ended up as Apollo 11 on the Moon. The redesign makes visitors feel as if they strengthen back in history as a screen, projecting the exact image from the night of the moon landing. The Control Center can be accessed 9 VIP Tours by buying NASA Tram Tour or level. The center is also home to more than 400 exhibitions, experiences and space artifacts. They are included among the exhibits in the general admission tickets Starship Gallery, Mars, NASA Tram Tour, and many more. A new exhibition “Apollo Art: 50 years Retrospective” explored the moon landing from various works of art. On July 20, the Space Center, the “Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Celebration”. Hosted purchase a “golden ticket” you get all day access to the event, which includes an evening concert with guest artists Walk the Moon and Phillip Phillips. Also available Apollo 11 pop-up research laboratory numbers for children and informative round tables and presentations on Apollo 11. Tickets are $49.95 for the general public. On other days, general admission costs $24.95 for children (ages 4-11), and $29.95 for adults (12 years). regular hours for the Space Center are 9: 00-06: 00 CT. Kennedy Space Center (Cape Canaveral, FL) The Kennedy Space Center, where the Apollo 11 mission, shot in outer space must pass a complete list of anniversary events this summer. These events a British rock band concert Duran Duran on July 16 are a global entertainment Launch for all ages, on July 16 and a real launch of a live rocket scheduled for July 21 from July 26 to 28, you can also buy tickets to spend eating each day with Apollo astronauts, the center, on the road, a lunch catering and enjoy the fun stops for photo opportunities. Kennedy Space Center has also proposed routes for your visit, which map the perfect plan depending on age, a lot of time in the museum and the interest level of your group. You can also download a free application to get around the school. With the app you can plan your trip before getting favoriting specific ads that you want to see. The Kennedy Space Center is open from 09:00 to 19:00 ET on August 11 Des Admission costs $47 for children (ages 3-11), and $57 for adults (aged 12 years). The entrance fee for two days Apollo cost $65 for children and $75 for adults. Also, do not miss the wide range happened in July exciting Events Apollo anniversary of the Community. Dishes, pub crawls and parades are just a few highlights. Palomar Observatory, San Diego, CA owned by the California Institute of Technology, this research facility has since the mid-1930s in operation, and currently has three active telescopes used for astronomical research. At Palomar Observatory, you can Greenway Addison White, Jr. visits Visitor Center, which is open to the public, and get a view of the famous Hale telescope. The Hale telescope can also be accessed for close observation with the purchase of a ticket for one hour. These tours only on Saturdays and Sundays from April to October, and tickets can be purchased tags only on a first come, first served. self-guided tours are very popular observatory. You can also use the visitor center Greenway for more specialized exhibitions of astronomy themed visit. The observatory is from 9:00 am to 3: pm PT, but some tours are only on selected days. Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum (New York, NY) Museum of New York is located in the aircraft carrier Intrepid, a National Historic Landmark, is arranged on the Hudson River. Among other highlights: This museum houses the Enterprise, built a space shuttle version for atmospheric testing, but aerospace grade. (The Intrepid itself served as a receptacle for two space missions as well.) The pavilion of the Shuttle museum exhibition space hosts 17 zones. Visitors can also buy points, to spend the night in the museum, with activities, entertainment and meals. In honor of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, the museum is a new installation called “Apollo 11: the media, the moon and beyond,” which brings the various means of communication in the context of space exploration through the ages to life . Besides the exhibition, there will be a free, 20 minutes Apollo driving tour of one day discussion 15.30. This installation will be open until September 3. Some fun events coming up on the aircraft carrier converted into a museum: Friday, July 19 held a free screening of the first film is Man. Saturday, July 20 the museum will host a famous New York improv group that an Apollo 11 sets of inspiration after a conversation with a former astronauts and scientists NASA deputy project will perform. Tickets are $15 for the general public; The event is for ages 21 and older. The Intrepid is open 10: 00-17: 00 ET on weekdays and from 10:00 to 18:00 on weekends and holidays. Tickets cost $24 for children (ages 5-12) and $33 for adults (ages 13-64). also check the outdoors Museum Friday for the times of free entry. California Science Center (Los Angeles, CA) Despite this center of general collection of scientific research, it still offers an impressive array of spatial artifacts. Visit the Samuel Oschin Pavilion of space shuttle Endeavor to see which flew the first servicing mission to the Hubble telescope, and wore an external tank, the propellants to the orbiter. You can also visit the Science Center Science Court of California to visit the people in the room to see the exhibition, which includes a capsule Gemini 11, Apollo-Soyuz command module and an Apollo space suit 16. The IMAX theater Hubble 3D will projected (and the ticket is obtained in an attempt to see). From 15 July will also be screening Apollo 11: Introduction to the problem IMAX cinema. permanent exhibitions and downtown galleries are free to the public, but the IMAX experience and special exhibitions (including the Endeavor) require tickets. IMAX Single tickets are $6.75 for children and $8.95 for adults and include access Admission to Endeavor. Prices for special exhibitions vary according to the package chosen. The center is 10: 00-05: 00 PT. US Space and Rocket Center (Huntsville, AL) Known as “The Rocket City” Huntsville has big plans for the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 home of the Marshall Space Flight Center of NASA, the city has long been dedicated geospatial all things. The US Space and Rocket Center serves as a center for official visitors research institution. Activities and exhibits at the center has a 11 Apollo Virtual Reality Simulator, daily movies, trips, and a planetarium show. The center also features a replica of a Saturn V – the famous rocket, which was used as a launch vehicle in order to get the Apollo space missions. July 13 to 20 July will be the center Rockets hold on parade, a party for the participation of the city in space and the moon landing. On July 16, the center of the planning of the Guinness World Record for the largest number of missiles launched at one time in life is to break undress launched from Cape Canaveral 11 50 years ago with 5000 model rockets on the exact time the Apollo. General admission tickets are $17 for children (ages 5-12), and $25 for adults (aged 13+). Children 4 and under are admitted free. Be like the film, planetarium shows, and some VR simulations have to buy a separate admission package other features. The US Space and Rocket Center is open 7 days a week 9: 00-17: 00 CT.