The cover of this tri-fold brochure shows a Saturn V rocket sitting on a launch pad. The Saturn V was the rocket that took astronauts to the moon. It’s first flight was in November 1967 with an uncrewed successful test flight. Though undated, the brochure is likely from 1968 because it appears to be sometime around that first flight until 1969 when the Saturn V launched 3 men on Apollo 11 towards the Moon.
The Saturn V remains the tallest, heaviest, and most powerful rocket ever launched.
The brochure outlines the 2 bus tours available to the public. It does not list the Kennedy Space Center’s Visitors Center, as that had yet to be built (the moon landings showed the need for one. It opened around 1971).