Double Feature: We are Astronomers & We are Aliens

Do you know what an astronomer does? Have we uncovered the answers to the Universe?

Recommended 6+

‘We Are Astronomers’ reveals the global collaboration, technology and dedication required to answer the unresolved questions of the Universe. See how technologies such as the Large Hadron Collider, the observatories of Chile and the Hubble Space Telescope work and how they are used by teams around the world in this entertaining planetarium show.

Then set out to answer the “big questions” about our Universe in ‘We Are Aliens’

On a fascinating and immersive journey, the show seeks to find the evidence of alien life in our galaxy. The latest research into this fast evolving area of science is explored with input from UK scientists.

Both shows provide visually stunning tours of contemporary astronomy using beautiful 360° full dome imagery.

Please arrive at least 15 minutes early for shows. Late entry into the planetarium is not possible once the show has started.

Tickets

Please choose a session from the list below to buy tickets securely online. Recommended 6+ years. Terms and Conditions can be found here.

Tickets

  • Adult – $12
  • Child – $10
  • Senior/student – $10
  • Family (2ads + 3ch) – $40

Bookings essential.

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