I had this little nagging doubt, for which I was viciously attacked, (which is fine, I wouldn't take any doubts away if I could then).
The pictures of artifacts, Rover tracks we left behind is unmistakable, it is as factual as it gets.
Personally my doubts (5%) were justified, when I heard hair-rising, close calls in every Moon voyage courageous astronauts attempted, delivered.
I don't believe in luck, prayer or anything extraordinary, beyond human capability but this whole Apollo Moon project was riddled with good luck after good luck, (I am grateful for it).
In today's strict NASA standards, Apollo program would never allowed to take shape. Personally I am glad that we didn't have those checks/balances otherwise we'd never land the Moon.
Over the weekend I went to Space Center (one of the perks I have living in Houston), it is like a kindergarten there, fun for the kids, they do a great job appealing to future generations but artifacts were the reason why I visited; spacesuits, moonrocks. A15 Command Module was something to see; all those burned marks seemed fresh.
But nothing prepares you to digest Saturn5 image, it is beyond anything I could visualize, Ive seen before her restoration. She is as beautiful as any Spaceship I've seen in Sci-Fi fantasy movies or TV. If you go there hoping to see pictures, you need a fisheye lens to get whole spaceship, even then, no lens does adequate job IMHO, I'm sure professional photographers can do a better job than me;
If you enthusiasts haven't seen her, you won't know what you are missing.