Glasgow Science Centre Planetarium

The Planetarium

Connecting With the Cosmos

The Planetarium at Glasgow Science Centre has been upgraded to a spectacular state-of-the-art fulldome digital projection system.

In our live presenter-led shows, delivered by our expert team of astronomers and science communicators, we will take you on journeys through the solar system, into the Milky Way Galaxy and beyond, offering a truly out of this world experience.

We will also show spectacular fulldome films, displayed 360° across the 15-metre hemispherical dome of the planetarium giving a truly immersive experience. “Back to the Moon for Good”, narrated by Tim Allen - the voice of Buzz Lightyear in Disney’s Toy Story - and "We Are Aliens", narrated by Rupert Grint, will be amongst the first fulldome films shown at the planetarium.

On weekdays the planetarium runs a mix of public shows and school group shows, covering all stages of the Curriculum for Excellence, and public shows on afternoons, weekends, and holidays.

Marvel at our brand new Space Zone while you wait to board the planetarium and lift off into the cosmos for the journey of a lifetime.

Follow @GSCPlanetarium on Twitter for the latest news and space chat from the planetarium team.

 

  • Planetarium Programme

    Star shows and fulldome films!

    What can you see when you visit?

  • Planetarium Education Programme

    Education Programme

    Our curriculum-linked Planetarium Education Programme

  • Planetarium Lates

    Planetarium Lates

    Explore the cosmos after hours with our live presenter-led shows every Saturday evening. Book your tickets now!

  • David Elder lecture series. Part of the David Elder lecture programme at Glasgow Science Centre

    David Elder Lecture

    Talks from expert astronomers at the cutting edge of their fields of research. The series will return in September 2016.

  • The red planet, Mars. Image: NASA/JPL

    Focus: Mars

    A special edition of our Wonders of the Night Sky show on 19th May, focussing on the red planet Mars.

 

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