Your basic admission ticket will get you on a transport bus to the main areas along with a little commentary by the driver. They however, are primarily there to get you from one location to another. There are folks at each location that can answer questions. For those folks looking for a more in-depth bus tour might want to consider upgrading to one or both of the special guided tours.
See Historic Cape Canaveral
Long before the Shuttle Mission, even before the Apollo Missions, Cape Canaveral was the site where America learned to play with rockets. During the early days before NASA, there were plenty of fireworks and missile launches from the cape. Many ending in utter failure. However, from these ashes we gained the knowledge and experience to put men on the moon.
The Cape Canaveral: Then and Now tour gives you an expert-guided historical tour of these early launch sites. From these launch pads lifted off the Mercury and Gemini programs responsible for putting American's first men in space. When John F. Kennedy issued his famous challenge to "go to the moon" the Apollo Mission
The "Cape Canaveral: Then and Now" tour takes visitors back to what is left of the original Cape Canaveral launch sites, best known for the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo programs. You'll also visit the Air Force Space and Missile Museum
Journey back in time to the original NASA Cape Canaveral launch sites of the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo programs. Paving the way for today's space exploration, these programs spawned a number of exciting "firsts" and discoveries. You'll relive the launch of America's first satellite at the Air Force Space & Missile Museum. Other highlights of this exciting Kennedy Space Center Cape Canaveral tour include the launch complex where Alan Shepard lifted off on America's first human spaceflight, as well as Apollo Launch Pad 34, the site of the tragic Apollo 1 fire. The NASA Cape Canaveral: Then & Now guided tour concludes at the Apollo/Saturn V Center.