Due to severe weather, we will close at 2 p.m. Sept. 13 and will remain closed through Sept. 14 to protect the safety of our guests and crew members.
The center plans to reopen Sept. 15. However, we are monitoring weather conditions and will announce any further changes to the reopening date and operating hours on spacecenter.org and on the center’s social media pages.
We will honor general admission tickets if you would like to visit another day. If you have booked a scheduled tour or if you would like a refund for your general admission ticket, contact our reservations department at +1 281-283-4755 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please, stay safe. The Harris County Public Health agency has information here on how to prepare for severe weather. You can also get up-to-date information on rainfall amounts at the Harris County Flood Warning System site here.
As the Texas Department of Transportation says, “Turn Around, Don’t Drown.” Never walk, swim, or drive through still or moving flood waters. The water may be hiding dangers such as debris, tree branches, power lines, or damage to the road. As little as six inches of fast-moving water can cause motorists to lose control of their vehicle, even a pickup truck or SUV.