Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex is raising admission prices as well as introducing a new two-day ticket option.
Currently, a single-day ticket to the complex costs $57 for adults and $47 for children ages 3-11. But starting June 20, those prices will increase to $75 for adults and $65 children.
Tickets for military members and seniors as well as annual passes will also see an increase.
The complex last raised prices in 2018.
With the price increase, Kennedy Space Center is also adding a new ticket option to accommodate “growing demand for multi-day visits.”
The two-day ticket, which can be used up to six months from purchase, will cost $89 for adults and $79 for children.
The changes come as the complex adds its newest attraction, Gateway: The Deep Space Launch Complex, which debuts June 15.
“With the addition of Gateway, which is a multi-hour attraction and provides a whole new experience for the complex, the prices increase will enable us to provide greater in-park experiences, enhanced programs and promotional offers for our guests,” Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex chief operating officer Therrin Protze said in a news release.
The complex also plans to roll out more discounts and promotions throughout the year, including a Teacher Pass, a Florida resident Family Month, a Preschool Pass and expanded offers for military veterans.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, which is funded through admissions and sponsorships, also features attractions such as the Rocket Garden, Planet Play and the Apollo/Saturn V Center.
For more information, visit kennedyspacecenter.com.
This article first appeared on MyNews13.com