Astronomy Day is Saturday, June 18, 2022!
Larry Cat in Space showing at 10:30 am and The Sky Tonight (recommended for ages 5 & up) showing at 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm.
Larry Cat in Space
Take off on a Lunar adventure with a curious cat. Larry Cat gets left behind on Earth when his owner, Diana becomes an astronaut. In search of Diana, Larry finds his way onboard a spaceship destined for the moon.
The Sky Tonight
A live planetarium show presented by our resident astronomer.
1:30 PM & 3:30 PM
Explore the night sky as it will be on the day of your visit and learn about some astronomical sights you can spot for yourself in this classic show. Featuring anything from constellations to meteor showers!
Planetarium June Special:
Visit the museum on June 18th and see a Planetarium show for free!
Tickets are first-come, first-served, and are reserved at check-in. PLEASE reserve planetarium tickets 15 minutes prior to show time to allow for ticket processing.
Space is limited!
The planetarium schedule is subject to change. Please call the Museum to confirm showtimes.
Regular Planetarium Cost:
$5.00 per person for non-Children’s Museum members
$3.00 per person for Members
All daily planetarium and laser shows are sold in addition to museum admission and cannot be purchased separately.
–Travelers Science Dome at the Gengras Planetarium, at The Children’s Museum