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Produntions & Locations of NASA Apollo Spacecraft

Even now, we can visit real Apollo spacecrafts display on the Earth. I tried to collect the product numbers and display location of the APOLLO and Saturn boosters.
In the table, "Collision time of the moon" is the time received a signal on the ground. There is a delay of about 1.3 seconds from the actual time on the moon. A Field Guide to American Spacecraft

Displayed Saturn V

There are five places displaying Saturn V booster at present. All is in the US. Displayed with test module and production module made for Apollo 18, 19, 20.
display place First stage Second stage Third stage
Kennedy Space Center S-IC-T (Test module) S-II-14 (Apollo 19) S-IVB-514 (Apollo 19)
Johnson Space Center S-IC-14 (Apollo 19) S-II-15 (Apollo 20) S-IVB-513 (Apollo 18)
U.S. Space & Rocket Center S-IC-D (Test module) S-II-F/D (SA-500F) S-IVB-D (Test module)
National Air and Space Museum none none S-IVB-515 (Apollo 20)
Infinity Science Center S-IC-15 (Apollo 20) none none

CSM : Command and Service Module

The exhibition place of Apollo 11 (CM-107)

In order to reach the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 landing in 2019, Apollo 11 command module CM-107 received a six-month refreshment from December 2016 to October 2017 at Repair Facility of Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center : Mary Baker Engen Restoration Hangar, annex of Smithsonian Air and Space Museum (NASM). Then, under the name of "Destination Moon", there will be a two-year display tour of the following museums in the United States.
DateExhibition facilities
Oct. 14, 2017 - Mar. 18, 2018Space Center Houston (Texas)
Apr. 14, 2018 - Sep. 3, 2018Saint Louis Science Center (Missouri)
Sep. 29, 2018 - Feb. 18, 2019Senator John Heinz History Center (Pennsylvania)
Apr. 13, 2019 - Sep. 2, 2019The Museum of Flight(Seattle)
Sep. 28, 2019 - Feb. 17, 2020Cincinnati Museum Center(Ohio)
(On 14 June 2019, an exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center was added.)
After this, it will be displayed in place of CM-007A in the new Smithsonian exhibition space “Apollo” (planned to open on May 20, 2017). Finally, it will be on display at the permanent exhibition "Destination Moon", which will be completed by Smithsonian in 2022.

LM : Lunar Module

IU : Instrument Unit

S-IVB : Third Stage

S-II : Second Stage

S-IC : First Stage