Welcome to the events and programs for the NASA Goddard Visitor Center!
Our programs allow students to explore NASA science, from the vastness of the cosmos to some of the smallest organisms on Earth. Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center/Debbie McCallum
NASA captures your attention like no other organization. It offers unparalleled experiences, a key to knowledge, and a window to the future. The Visitor Center at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., provides inspiration and a captivating educational experience for all ages.
Goddard’s Visitor Center demonstrates our innovative and exciting work in Earth science, astrophysics, heliophysics, planetary science, engineering, communication, and technology development.
All programs are free of charge, although some require advanced registration to attend. For more information about Goddard Visitor Center programs, please call 301-286-0251.
If you are looking to schedule a visit or for general information about the Visitor Center, please call 301-286-3978 or visit http://www.nasa.gov/centers/goddard/visitor/home/index.html
Students get their first tastes of engineering as they work on special projects and design challenges. Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center/Pat Izzo
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NASA Goddard Visitor Center offers programs for all ages. Credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center/Debbie McCallum
Guests With Disabilities
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center welcomes visitors and families with disabilities to educational opportunities at the Goddard Visitor Center. Goddard will provide reasonable accommodation, such as sign language interpreters, CART reporting services, and designated sighted guides for walking tours, to individuals with disabilities. To request an accommodation, please contact Denna Lambert, Disability Programs Manager, at 301-286-0844 or email@example.com. Goddard will make every effort to fulfill any accommodation request received. Please provide at least 48 hour notice in advance of your scheduled arrival to NASA Goddard.