Virginia Air & Space Center

Located in Hampton, Virginia, the birthplace of America’s space program, the Virginia Air & Space Center (VASC) is the official visitor center for NASA Langley Research Center.  Its mission is to educate, entertain and inspire explorers of all ages.  VASC features interactive aviation exhibits spanning 100 years of flight, more than 30 historic aircraft, a hands-on space gallery, and more.  Guests can pilot a space shuttle, program Mars rovers for a mission, become an air traffic controller, fly an airplane, and climb aboard a WWII bomber. The Center is home to the  Apollo 12 Command Module that went to the moon, a Mars meteorite, a moon rock brought back by the Apollo 17 mission, and the Lunar Excursion Module Simulator (LEMS) used to train the first astronauts to land on the moon.  VASC also features the Riverside 3D Digital IMAX Theater. For operating hours and admission prices visit www.vasc.org.


Passport
 holders receive a commemorative stamp in their Passport, $1 off exhibit admission and 10% off in the museum store and café.   Guests may add an IMAX film for an additional fee.  Passports can be redeemed and stamped at the Center’s admissions desk.

www.vasc.org