Stardome Spooktacular – Adult Version

Have an adults night out with frightening fun at Stardome this All Hallows’ Eve.

Recommended 16+

Stardome Spooktacular Halloween

Have an adults night out with frightening fun at Stardome this All Hallows’ Eve.

Book the babysitter and join us for an adult only scary version of the Night Sky show. You’ll be treated to two drinks each (including one mixologist cocktail made with a spooky twist!) and snacks. Then, 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!

Recommended 16 years and over. Alcohol served only to R18 with valid ID.

Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the show time. We recommend coming even earlier, ideally 30 minutes before your show time, in order to take part in the spooky foyer area and drinks. 

Late entry into the planetarium is not possible once the show has started.

Would rather play it safe and come to the family-friendly version? bring the kids for spooky fun and a goody bag at the early evening shows instead. See more here. 

Tickets

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

Adults – $35 (includes two drinks and snacks)

Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the show time. We recommend coming even earlier, ideally 30 minutes before your show time, in order to take part in the spooky foyer area and drinks. 

Late entry into the planetarium is not possible once the show has started.

 

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