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Angry Birds Space Encounter Exhibit at Kennedy Space Center
Updated: 29 March 2013 06:27:11 AM
A new Angry Birds Space Encounter exhibit has just opened at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida and it already has both space and Angry Birds fans buzzing.
As the latest addition to this worldwide phenomenon, the exhibit features six interactive stations for both children and adults to enjoy.
Fans of the Angry Birds franchise will immediately recognize their surroundings as they enter the incredible 4500 square foot space that's been set aside for the exhibit.
The spacious exhibit makes you feel like you've jumped inside the popular smartphone and tablet game and is like no other attraction at the Kennedy Space Center.
Quick Video Tour
Create Your Own Angry Bird
The "Eggsteroids Slingshot" game brings the world of Angry Birds to life and allows you to shoot plush Angry Birds with giant stationary slingshots against a wall with targets.
Children can design their own Angry Bird at the "Create Your Own Angry Bird" section and the "Angry Birds Game Zone" is full of stations where you can play the actual game on a number of different consoles.
On top of this there is a laser challenge, various puzzles geared for kids and a "Danger Zone" filled with flashing lights and obstacles.
Overall the exhibit has been put together very well and maintains a space theme throughout.
Entrance to the new Angry Birds Space Encounter exhibit is included in regular admission to the Kennedy Space Center and is a great way to introduce children to the concept of space.
It's also a fun and entertaining space to relax and take a break from other tours and activities at the space center.
Kennedy Space Center Tickets
Discount admission tickets to the Kennedy Space Center are available here without a timeshare viewing.
You can also receive free tickets for attending a 90 minute timeshare presentation.
There is no obligation to purchase a timeshare during the viewing.
You must register in advance to schedule a convenient morning tour.