Mars 1001

Catch this brand-new show and travel with us to the not-so-distant future as humanity journey to the Red Planet.

Recommended 6+

Mars planetarium show

Become immersed in the 360-degree story and join an international crew of astronauts who are about to embark on the first interplanetary journey in history; the first manned mission to the surface of Mars.

Reporter Miles O’Brein reports live from his Space Headquarters TV Studio in New York while events unfold for the crew on their heroic 1001 days long mission. You’ll witness their brave attempts to put human footprints on Mars and return safety back home to Earth. Featuring a mix of live-action, advanced digital simulations and cutting-edge technology, you’ll embark on the greatest adventure of the 21st century and unlock the secrets of humanity’s next home.

Bookings essential. 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 family viewing, ages 6+years. Terms and Conditions can be found here.

Tickets

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

Bookings esential. 

 

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