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Enjoy a planetarium show at the Museum of Natural History’s dome theatre. The Zeiss projector casts images of stars, planets and constellations to simulate the night sky.
Cost is $3.00 per person, which includes admission to the Museum. Space is limited, so early arrival to purchase tickets is recommended. Shows last approximately 30 minutes. The planetarium is only open during showtimes. Please note: Entry to the planetarium is not permitted once the show has begun. Children under age 4 are not permitted in the planetarium.
During January and February 2019, planetarium shows are at 1 PM and 2 PM on Saturdays and at 2 PM on Sundays:
Winter Sky Views
Explore our night sky! Take a tour of the skies and discover the constellations, planets, nebulae and other stunning night sky objects that can be seen in the night sky. Spectacular video imagery will bring viewers up close to black holes, star-forming nebulae and more, showing the newest discoveries in astrophysics while instilling a sense of wonder about our universe.
Questions about this event? Contact the Museum at (401) 680-7221 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.