Our newly updated, full-dome planetarium transports visitors across space and time in a variety of amazing adventures. Voyage to the furthest reaches of our galaxy to examine black holes, stars and planets; travel back in time to investigate ancient civilizations; or visit the deepest parts of our oceans and explore an active coral reef!

The Space Theater shows are included in general admission price. Seating capacity is 90 people per showing.

Due to the COVID-19 Reopening Guidelines, our Space Theater showings and seating capacity will be limited at this time. Thank you for your understanding.

Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
11:00 am – Secrets of the Cardboard Rocket (except Sunday)
12:00 pm – No showing
1:00 pm – Let it Snow!
3:00 pm – The Future is Wild


Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
11:00 am – Grossology
12:00 pm -No Showing
1:00 pm – Let It Snow!
2:00 pm – No Showing
3:00 pm – Saturn the Ring World

Now Showing

The Future is Wild

Showing Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 3:00pm.

30 minutes

Based on the popular documentary series on Animal Planet, The Future is Wild explores how the Earth might change in the coming years and speculates how modern-day animals may have to adapt to new environments of the distant future. A team of over 100 animators and scholars transformed their ideas into creatures that fly, walk and swim. Experience a future fantastic, based on real science.

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Grossology & You

Showing Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 11:00am.
27 minutes
Join Noreen Neuron, host of the “Personal Universe” game show, as she leads us through a competition to decide which body system is the best and brightest. Will it be Scabby (the immune system), Boogie (the respiratory system), or Flatus (the digestive system)? Laugh and learn as these animated characters explore the inner workings of the human body!

Saturn the Ring World

Showing Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 3:00 pm.
22 Minutes

Saturn is the true “Lord of the Rings”. After nearly seven years in transit, the two-story Cassini-Huygens spacecraft began orbiting Saturn on July 1, 2004. Cassini continues to explore Saturn and its moons during its extended mission, while the Huygens probe had landed on the surface of Titan, Saturn’s largest moon. The Cassini Saturn encounter began with a flyby of Saturn’s farthest moon, Phoebe. See Saturn up-close and all-around-you inside our dome theater.

Let It Snow!

Showing Monday through Sunday at 1:00pm.

Celebrate the season with a special holiday feature in our Space Theater. “Let it Snow” features a variety of festive classic songs and music from the likes of Frank Sinatra,  Chuck Berry by the Trans Siberian Orchestra. The soundtrack is visually enhanced with thematic holiday animation, laser imagery, special effects and all-dome scenery.

Check out a preview here.

Secrets of the Cardboard Rocket

Showing Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 11:00 am.

30 minutes

Embark on an amazing expedition as students join two children who build a rocket out of a refrigerator box and take a fantastic journey through the Solar System alongside their ship’s navigator, a talking astronomy book. Viewers will explore the planets of the solar system in this animated feature.

Watch the Trailer