Home of the Kennedy Space Centre, there's a bunch of activities to entertain space fans on Florida's Space Coast while you're waiting for blast off.
If you want an unspoilt view of a take off, the Kennedy Space Centre offers official viewing access for most launches - with announcements coming from this official email newsletter.
Didn't get a ticket? Don't worry - you can still get pretty amazing views from Playalinda Beach and Port Canaveral: while your view of the initial lift-off will be obscured, you'll be in a great place to see the rocket arc into the skies. Here are some upcoming Cape Canaveral launches to stick in the diary:
4 June: A daytime launch of a classified US spy satellite up into orbit from launch site SLC-37B.
24 June: SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket will head to the International Space Station (ISS) carrying a supply run. This should be a daytime launch
27 July: An Atlas 5 rocket will carry a US military missile-warning-detection satellite into orbit from launch site SLC-41.
1 August: Another SpaceX mission to take supplies to the ISS
4 August: Two US Air Force satellites will be put into orbit by a Delta IV rocket from launch site SLC-37B.
It's VERY important to note that space launches can and do change their timings: weather, technical hitches and other factors can push back launch changes by days or weeks. Keep on top of things with the Spaceflight Now calendar.