A section of the Apollo 50 Exhibit called "When We went to the Moon."

Huntsville, it's back! The exhibit has landed! ‘Apollo: When We Went to the Moon’ has returned for round two at U.S. Space & Rocket Center, and is ready for social distancing!

The exhibit’s galleries immerse you in the history and the culture of the Space Race, the historic Apollo 11 landing, and beyond into current and future operations like the International Space Station and NASA’s plan to return to the Moon. Especially cool for Huntsville, the exhibit features items from the U.S. Space & Rocket Center archival collection! The gallery space has been reconfigured to allow for social distancing and one-way traffic flow through the exhibit.

Apollo: When We Went to the Moon will be at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center until January 2021

A display at the Apollo exhibit shows what many scientists wore while working on the Apollo projects.

This guy thinks you need to come check out the exhibit ASAP.

An exhibit exploring other events going on in the world at this time, including wars.

 Part of the mechanisms used to power equipment such as the rockets are on display.

Don’t miss your chance to leave your own boot prints on the lunar surface!

A lunar lander sits next to an image of the first lunar lander to touch down on the moon's surface.