Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex reopened Friday, after Hurricane Irma forced a six-day closure.
The center’s life-size replicas of the space shuttle fuel tank and booster rockets were unharmed and still standing outside the home of shuttle Atlantis. No major damage was reported at the visitor complex, according to a KSC spokesperson.
The extended closure was caused by a water main break to the Cocoa Utility Water System. The entire Cocoa utility area is still under a precautionary boil water notice.
Free parking, bottled water and a souvenir gift are being offered to visitors.