Photo courtesy of the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
Santa's elves have been doing a lot of wrapping at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, but this is a gift that will not be opened until well after Christmas. With what has to be one of the most expensive presents ever wrapped, Space Shuttle Atlantis, the last orbitor to fly in space, will be the centerpiece of the new exhibit scheduled to open during summer 2013. The elves did forget the bow, but they made up for their mistake.
Santa's elves do have a special gift for good boys and girls of all ages. For the first time in 45 years the Visitor Center Complex will be open on Christmas Day and will be offering a special holiday gift to visitors, free admission for one child age 11 and under with the purchase of a paid adult admission December 17, 2012 through January 7, 2012. What a unique way to escape the family after feast slumber party during the holidays.
Thanks to Santa's elves at Kennedy Space Center, we wish you Happy Holidays and a prosperous New Year!