Enjoy free, limited admission to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor’s Complex and Wallops Island Visitor Complex. Experience the wonders and history of the United States’ space program.
Attend receptions and events with leaders in the aerospace industry – from launch companies like SpaceX and Orbital ATK, to research firms, media outlets, and more – build your space and education network.
DreamUp can set up an educational training program with aerospace experts for your students – from tours to career guidance, and more – let us treat your students to the full experience. The sky is not the limit.
There are few things as magical as watching a rocket leave Earth. Feel the Earth shake beneath you as we explore the universe around us. Get the VIP treatment with DreamUp. Let’s go to the ISS!
Get that research ready and loaded onto your favorite rocket. Whether flying on a SpaceX Falcon 9, Orbital ATK’s Antares, or ULA’s Atlas 5, the experience will be breathtaking. We work with our partners at NanoRacks to safely get your experiment onto the rocket, so all you have to do is sit back, relax, and watch your dreams fly. DreamUp offers a VIP experience like no other.
For the team members to hear it and actually be there with each other to see our reactions, it was honestly the best thing. Everybody was so happy, and it was so beautiful.
The countdown to liftoff begins with the flash of fire and smoke as the rocket engines ignite. Initially, ascent seems slower than it should as the rocket fuel does its job of propelling giant machinery toward space. Seconds later, the rocket soars overhead as the delayed rumble of the engines becomes a roar that vibrates through the landscape and the viewers close enough to feel the effects.
Wallops Flight Facility has hosted more than 16,000 rocket launches, and most recently, began hosting Orbital ATK’s Antares rockets that are destined for the International Space Station. Wallops has been operational since 1945 on the Eastern Shore, a quiet place of natural beauty. Rich history graces the area with historic homes, churches, museums, and landmarks inviting visitors to explore the past while they watch the future liftoff into space.