What you'll get is the Shuttle, and that's about it. There's no interactive displays, other artifacts (can't we get a space suit up in here, yo?), and no way you'll be going inside the spacecraft. It's a look-but-don't-touch exhibit only, and that makes us sad. To be perfectly honest, there are a few nice things: a short movie that tells the story of the space shuttle program, a stairway to come close to the nose of the craft, but not touch it or even have a clear photo of it (thanks, scratched plexiglass), and a gift shop.
Granted, the Enterprise never did an official mission as it was mainly used for experimental flights, but that doesn't mean it should be stuck with a glorified tennis tent as a home. Maybe Houston could have given it what it really needs, which is a catwalk viewing platform to properly appreciate the scale of the craft from above (and snap even decent photos).
[Photos: Cynthia Drescher/Jaunted]