The weekend before last, I found myself in Texas for various silly reasons, and Stephen Hackett and I went to Johnson Space Center in Houston:
Before I got to Houston, I thought that the Neutral Buoyancy Lab would be the highlight of the tour for me, but I was wrong, because we got to go inside the recently-renovated Apollo Mission Control. I cannot do the feelings I had when we walked in any justice here, so I will simply provide this link about the renovation and share some of my photos.
If you’re interested in the history of human spaceflight, Space Center Houston is worth the trip. And if you’re a huge space fan, the Level 9 Tour is worth the price.