Falcon heavy lunch experience is amazing. I can't overestimate this, it was emotional. That said the launch conditions a very finite and I would plan at least 7 days of attempts to increase your chances of seeing one and pick your type of launch to not be locked into a small window. The long and slender nature of the rocket coupled with Space X's aggressive modification / appetite for risk means lots of srubs. The conditions for launch were very restrictive on the 6A because of the new block 5 was being watched by military (future contracts) and the satellites geostationary requirements meant it had a 2 hour afternoon window. I planed to be in Florida for for 11 days and saw it on the very last day before I had to fly out. This is where it ties into the FTH tix. Worth it? Short answer - yes but with caveats. I got my tix cheap as many had to leave and it was a gamble as I had to leave the next day. If I had to pay full price I would want to be in location for some time to ensure I got to use the tix and the view from Cocoa beach is better for the booster returns. We ended up staying in Cocoa beach the whole time and dropped other activities off to cater for my primary reason for going. We just did day trips out including Orlando (universal studios) when it was postponed. FTH tix Pros, Closet your going to get for the launch. Surrounded by very like minded people that really creates amazing atmosphere. Your at the Kennedy space museum so can look at stuff while waiting. You get a a couple of free entries when you buy the tix to the museum. I spent 3 days there and loved it. As I brought second hand I missed out on the first days buffet and goodies bag but all said it was really well done. You can buy the mission patch post successful lunch when leaving. You can bring a picnic, chairs umbrella and set up on the grass. Cons, Price, Cocoa beach is free and a pretty good location if you can walk and have a picnic. Did this for one of the scubs and was a good day out. traffic line ups and paperwork to drive into the exclusion zone and traffic on the way back. It's a long day but the NASA space center pole really organize it well. You will need to be prepared to do it all over again the next day, and the next. Many from the failed night before said it was a somber and long time (4hrs) to get out. You may not see a lunch and tix are not refundable. The side booster reentry viewing is a little worse than Cocoa beach but that is offset by the launch closeness. Hit me up if you need more info including Air B & B recommendations. Accommodation is expensive at various spring break times. Universal I'm told was way better than Disney, I enjoyed my day there with the wife but it cost us just under 1K to skip the lines with a fast pass to get it done in under 1 day. With kids you may need to remortgage. Oh and Dallas international transfer is an abortion.