2nd stop the Kennedy Space Center Tour, on a free bus from the Kennedy Space center. The exhibition was renewed on the 40th anniversary of the moon landing at the Apollo XI. After a few minutes of waiting they opened the doors and we proceeded to a room where, on a screen, a short film introduced us to the beginnings of the U.S. space program during the Cold War, in direct competition with the USSR. We then went to what appeared to be the control room of space missions. Finally, they opened the great doors of the room and we went inside a huge hangar housing a rocket, the Saturn V. The Saturn Apollo space program had the largest machines built to date.