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Lohman Planetarium

Lohman Planetarium Admission

Admission to planetarium shows can be purchased after the purchase of general admission to the Museum of Arts & Sciences.

Adults: $7.00
Children 0-17: $5.00 
MOAS Members receive free Planetarium Shows

Planetarium shows begin promptly on the hour. Be sure to arrive early to purchase your admission ticket in the main museum lobby. There will be no late admittance to shows and arriving 15 minutes early is advised. Tickets to planetarium shows will not be sold beginning 5 minutes before the start of the show.

An innovative and immersive experience: as you sit in one of 94 reclined seats, a stunning environment is generated 360 degrees around and above you from our Barco™ F80 projector, capable of displaying 5.7 million pixels in vibrant and colorful Ultra-high-definition across our expansive 40-foot hemispherical dome. Coupled with a powerful audio system, provided by JBL, that immerses the audience in Dolby™ 5.1 Surround sound, the Lohman Planetarium gives you the feeling of traveling aboard a starship across the Universe or trekking through the detailed terrain of an exotic, far-off world. Laser light shows are displayed by using the SkyLase laser projector. 

NOTICE: Planetarium shows, laser shows, and light effects may cause seizures in certain individuals. If you have any concerns or questions about the show’s content or nature, please ask the operator/educator before the program begins. For your safety, and the safety of others, there is no admission or re-admission after a planetarium show has begun.

Second Saturday Laser Light Shows

 

Winter 2024 - Planetarium Show Schedule

Monday - Friday

1:00pm: Little Star That Could 
2:00pm: Live "The Sky Tonight" Show
3:00pm: Expedition Reef 

Saturday - Sunday

12:00pm: Phantom of the Universe 
1:00pm: Little Star That Could (sensory friendly)
2:00pm: Live "The Sky Tonight" Show
3:00pm: 
Expedition Reef
4:00pm: Big Astronomy


2024 Exhibit Sponsors
Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Arts and Culture, the Florida Council on Arts and Culture, and the National Endowment for the Arts.