Today's ScheduleSaturday, August 1, 2015
Showtimes
10:00 AMThe Great Planet Adventures
10:30 AMBlack Holes
11:00 AMPassport to the Universe
11:30 AMFate of the Maya
12:00 PMStarry Night Express
12:30 PMBlack Holes
1:00 PMNautilus Live
1:30 PMThe Great Planet Adventures
2:00 PMPassport to the Universe
2:30 PMFate of the Maya
3:00 PMStarry Night Express
3:30 PMBlack Holes
4:00 PMPassport to the Universe
4:30 PMNight of the Titanic
5:00 PMBlack Holes
5:30 PMDark Side Of the Moon

Tickets

Members, $4 | Adults $8 | Children (3 - 11), Seniors (62+) and College Students $7 | Groups (20+) $6 | School Groups $3.50


 

Robot Explorers

Robot Explorers

Space robots have gone farther and survived more extreme conditions than humans ever could. Their eyes are now ours and their journeys have become our virtual adventures.

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Nautilus Live

Nautilus Live

Begins June 3 - Using telepresence technology and 9 video projectors, the planetarium transports you to the Exploration Vessel Nautilus as it investigates the ocean floor.

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Fate of the Maya

Fate of the Maya

Explore ancient Uxmal, Chichen Itza, Tikal, and Palenque; experiencing the elegance and power of these great Maya cities

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Stars of the Pharaohs

Stars of the Pharaohs

Travel to ancient Egypt 6,000 years ago to see how astronomers made the first solar calendar, aligned their temples and pyramids, and told time by the stars. You'll discover the connection ancient Egyptians felt with the heavens and explore the most spectacular temples and tombs of the ancient world, projected all around you in their original splendor. Stars of the Pharaohs is narrated by John Rhys-Davies.

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Force Five

Force Five

Discover what causes weather catastrophes and venture into the middle of the action when nature goes Force Five!

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Dinosaur Prophecy

Dinosaur Prophecy

Discover the lives of multiple species of dinosaurs, from the Coelophysis of 205 million years ago to the Allosaurus and Diplodocus of the mid-Jurassic period.

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Earth's Wild Ride

Earth's Wild Ride

Audiences embark on a wild canyon ride, experience an ice age winter with a woolly mammoth, and journey to the time when the dinosaurs lived and died.

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Black Holes

Black Holes

Embark on a journey through one of the most mystifying, awe-inspiring phenomena in the universe. What is a black hole? Where do they come from?

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Dark Side of the Moon

Dark Side of the Moon

Pink Floyd's legendary album returns, enhanced by all of the capacities of the Museum's high-definition full-dome video system.

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Starry Night Express: To Pluto!

Starry Night Express: To Pluto!

With the Planetarium's Astronomer as your guide, audiences will practice finding what constellations, planets and other astronomical events are out in the sky

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Passport to the Universe

Passport to the Universe

Narrator Tom Hanks guides audiences in an exhilarating flight through the universe and deep into galactic space. Tour the edge of the cosmos!

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Secret of the Cardboard Rocket

Secret of the Cardboard Rocket

For our youngest visitors and their parents, the HMNS Planetarium's Secret of the Cardboard Rocket is a delightful animated feature.

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The Great Planet Adventures

The Great Planet Adventures

With muscles and bones made on Earth, you'll be a super star on the solar system's low-gravity worlds.

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