Ronald McNair Life History Center
The Ronald E. McNair Life History Center opened in 2011 as a museum that pays tribute to the life of Dr. McNair, a Lake City-born astronaut and physicist who died in the Space Shuttle explosion in 1986. The 800-square-foot facility features a classroom-style set-up perfect for lectures or meetings for up to 40 participants. Want to hold a cocktail reception instead? No problem! That classroom set-up can change-up to suit your needs.