Are you ready to take a trip to the far reaches of space?
Our presenters will fly you off planet Earth and out beyond the stars. Enjoy an amazing guided tour of our vast and incredible Universe.
Presenter-led tour for ages 8 and over.
Produced by Melbourne Planetarium, using the American Museum of Natural History’s Digital Universe 3-D atlas.
$6 adult, $5 concessions and $4.50 children, plus museum entry. Museum Members receive discounted planetarium prices.
Bookings are strongly recommended, especially on weekends, school holidays and public holidays.
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From this point in, Ticket to the universe will be showing on Sunday's at 1.00pm until the 15th of September.
We are planning to have Ticket to the Universe showing at 2.00pm from December 26th to January 27th.
As this is yet to be confirmed, please check out website or call our bookings office on 13 11 02 closer to the date you wish to attend.
Thanks for your enquiry. We don't recommend Ticket to the Universe for children under the age of 8 as it is one of our most advanced shows. Having said that, we won't refuse entry as long as you're aware that the show is not suitable for children of your daughter's age.
Hi Marion. Unfortunately, Ticket to the Universe is not running on those dates. At this point in time, the program is only running on the dates outlined above.
Hi Vira. Thanks for your question. Yes, the planetarium is the sort of venue you described. The chairs recline and the show is projected onto the ceiling. For a full list of our current and upcoming shows please see the What’s On page.
Hi Brenda, At this stage Ticket to the Universe is not scheduled to be shown. Please check back towards the end of the school holidays when we should have information about the Planetarium schedule for term one.
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