Stardome Spooktacular

Boo! Get spooky on Halloween at the Stardome Spooktacular night! Kids and adults can have frightening fun at Stardome this All Hallows’ Eve. 

Stardome Spooktacular Halloween

Family Friendly Show – 5PM, 6PM 

If you are a parent who is tired of being dragged around the local neighbourhood every Halloween, book some seats for a spooky family experience at Stardome. Come along early and step into the haunted foyer area where all the little monsters and aliens can participate in spooky science experiments and games. Then watch a planetarium show (parents, think relaxing seats, dark environment and entertained children) and leave with a goodybag filled with freaky fun. Please arrive at least 25 minutes early for the show to enjoy science fun. 

Adult Spooky Show – 8PM, 9PM

Once the Sun goes down, book the babysitter and join us for an adult only scary version of the Night Sky show. You’ll be treated to drinks and snacks and in the planetarium, you’ll hear all about the horrifying myths and legends that inspired the names of the constellations. Be brave and book a seat!

 

Tickets

Please choose a session from the list below to buy tickets securely online.  Bookings essential.

6pm and 7pm – Adult $15, Child $15

8pm and 9pm  – Adults session (R18). Tickets $25

 

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