The Space Center Houston interactive mobile tour is a must-have for anyone interested in space exploration. With location-aware audio stops, visitors can learn about the extraordinary journey into space and the people who made it possible. The audio tour includes interesting facts such as why early astronauts brought water guns to space and why there is so much Velcro on the International Space Station. The GPS-enabled maps make it easy to find everything from moon rocks to spacecrafts to bathrooms. Visitors can also enjoy exclusive selfie filters and augmented reality experiences, including exploring the Moon and watching the Saturn V launch. <br/><br/>In addition to the audio tour and augmented reality experiences, the Space Center Houston mobile tour also includes a daily and special events calendar with built-in notifications. Visitors can stay up-to-date on every tour, demonstration, speaker, or special event at Space Center Houston. The mobile tour also includes Virtual Reality Lite experiences, allowing visitors to see every gallery in 360 degrees. <br/><br/>Visitors can take the Space Center Houston experience home with them by accessing every audio stop, video, and more wherever they go. Whether in the Starship Gallery or in their living room, visitors will always have something new and exciting to learn about space exploration. Download the mobile tour today to get the VIP experience at Space Center Houston.<br/><br/>Overall, the Space Center Houston interactive mobile tour offers a comprehensive and engaging experience for visitors interested in space exploration. With a range of features including location-aware audio stops, GPS-enabled maps, augmented reality experiences, and exclusive selfie filters, visitors can explore the history and future of space exploration in a fun and interactive way. The mobile tour also includes up-to-date event notifications and Virtual Reality Lite experiences, making it easy for visitors to stay informed and engaged. Download the mobile tour today to get the full VIP experience at Space Center Houston.