Kennedy Space Center – Early Space Exploration Exhibit

Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA


  • Master planning
  • Writing and content development
  • Exhibit planning and design
  • Graphic design
  • Executive media production
  • Project management
  • Art direction

Project Description:

The 8,500-square-foot Early Space Exploration exhibit at Kennedy Space Center told the story of the early days of NASA and the American space effort. Organized by space achievements from the early twentieth century through the 1970s, the exhibit guided more than three million guests a year through a comprehensive and compelling history.

In the Hall of Discovery entrance rotunda, guests received an overview of early space exploration. They then moved through the Time Tunnel exhibit that transported them back to the 1950s. After a pre-show in a ’60s style living room, guests could view the jewel of the exhibit: the actual Mercury Mission Control Room, relocated from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Base. The final gallery, "Hall of History", features authentic Mercury and Gemini capsules, Apollo space suits and various NASA rocket models highlighted space exploration from 1962-1973.

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