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.

Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
11:00 am – Flight Adventures
12:00 pm – No showing
1:00 pm – Sunstruck
3:00 pm – Out There


Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday
11:00 am – Zula Patrol
12:00 pm -No Showing
1:00 pm – Two Small Pieces of Glass
2:00 pm – No Showing
3:00 pm – Myan Archaeoastronomy

Now Showing

Zulu Patrol

Showing Tuesday, Thursday. and Saturday at 11:00am.
30 minutes

A research mission gone awry, an interplanetary villain and a tour of the solar system are all featured in this animated full-dome film based on the award-winning PBS television series. Viewers join the Zula Patrol as they gather samples of weather for scientist Multo’s research. As the Zula Patrol attempt to stop Dark Truder’s nefarious plan to become ruler of the universe, visitors will explore and compare the types of weather found on each planet in our solar system and discover the elements which combine to create weather.

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Two Small Pieces of Glass

Showing Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 1:00pm
30 minutes

What’s so important about a telescope? Galileo’s telescopic observations began a revolution, transforming our views of the cosmos and our place within. In Two Small Pieces of Glass visitors are introduced to the telescope and learn about the amazing discoveries made by Galileo and others through telescopic observations. Explore how telescopes work, discover how their use has helped shape our understanding of our place in space and see how the largest observatories in the world are using these instruments to continue expanding our understanding of the universe.

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Flight Adventures

Showing Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 11:00am
30 minutes

Flight Adventures introduces children and families to the science, technology, and history of flight. The show features NASA’s research and the advancements that have made space travel possible, along with the important role that models have played in flight development. NASA resources include images and experts. Take a Flight Adventure and discover the skies above!

Out There

Showing Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 3:00 pm
30 minutes

The Quest for Extra-solar Worlds will transport viewers from this world to entirely new and foreign ones. ‘Out There’ features the primitive science fiction of early civilizations, to the future space missions that will observe the Universe in greater-than-ever detail and travel to the surfaces and oceans of moons in our Solar System.  A huge diversity of different worlds is out there…just waiting to be discovered.

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Showing Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at :00 pm.
20 Minutes

Travel back to the beginning of time and experience the birth of the Sun. Discover how it came to support life, how it threatens life as we know it, and how its energy will one day fade away.

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Mayan Archaeoastronomy

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

A unique planetarium show intertwining science and mythology, transporting the viewer on a poetic journey describing the way Mayans viewed and understood the Universe.

The feast of colours and sounds makes for an artistic interpretation of the Universe that will not easily be forgotten. Stunning 360° visuals create the impression of being inside a beautiful stylized painting.

The film includes a tour of six Mayan temples: San Gervasio, Chichen Itzá, Uxmal, Edzná, Palenque and Bonampak. The importance of the orientation of the temples in relation to the movements of the Sun, Moon and Venus is vividly depicted.

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