Adventures in space, science, and music

Surround yourself in journeys that broaden your horizons. The EOS Foundation Planetarium Theatre features 146 custom-designed premium seats, a SCISS Colorspace projection system with 4K resolution fulldome projection, dynamic planetarium software, an Induction Loop assistive listening system, and 18,000 watts of Dolby 5.1 sound.

Come enjoy an immersive planetarium experience like no other!

Buy tickets online or in person. Popular shows may sell out!

Planetarium Tickets

  • Adults: $12

  • Children (ages 3-15): $8

  • Children ages 2 and under: Free

 

Discounted Rates

  • Seniors (55+) and Military: $10

  • College ID Holders: $8

  • Flandrau Members: $3

  • EBT Cardholders : $3 (Not available online)*

Note: There is a $0.95 processing fee per ticket for online ticket sales.

*As part of the Museums for All program. Must present card upon arrival. Limit 4 people per EBT cardholder.


IMPORTANT TIPS:

  • Please plan to arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the start of your show, and allow extra time for parking.
  • Ticket sales and theater doors will close promptly at showtime. Late arrivals may be denied.

Featured - 80s Night

Laser 80s - A Retro Show

February 11 | Saturday 7:00PM

The ultimate 80s mix set to laser lights.

Special event tickets are $18 and include science exhibit admission.

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Laser Stranger Things

Saturday, February 11 | 8:30PM

Get your crew together and journey to the upside down.

Special event tickets are $18 and include science exhibit admission.

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Showtimes by Date

Saturday, January 28

11:00AM - From Earth to the Universe

The night sky, both beautiful and mysterious, has been the subject of ancient myths and awe for as long as there have been people. Yet only recently have we truly begun to grasp our place in the vast cosmos. Join us on a journey of celestial discovery.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Astronomy, Planets 
Style: Fulldome film followed by live star talk

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12:30PM - Perfect Little Planet

Discover our solar system through a new set of eyes – a family on vacation from another star system! This show is a journey through the fascinating planets of our solar system. Featuring fun characters and computer animations.

Recommended for younger audiences
Themes: Planets, planet features
Style: Fulldome animated film followed by star talk

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2:00PM - Tucson Sky & Beyond

Take a relaxing look at the night sky as we give you a guided tour of the stars, planets, constellations and current astronomical events above Tucson. This live astronomy talk is constantly changing!

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Stars, planets, constellations, mythology 
Style: Live presentation
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3:30PM - Black Holes

Produced in collaboration with NASA and NOVA, this cutting-edge full-dome production features immersive animations of galactic events while exploring the science behind black holes. Narrated by Liam Neeson.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Black holes, astrophysics, stars, supernovae 
Style: Fulldome film followed by live star talk

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Saturday, January 28 - Laser Light Music Night - 6:00 to 9:30PM

Science Exhibits Included!

During our Laser Light Music Nights, all ticket holders will be able to visit our Science Exhibits throughout the evening, open from 6:00 to 9:30PM. Come early or stay late to explore our vast and fascinating universe through two floors of exhibits covering marine life, planetary science, insects, and more! The exhibit halls will feature special music and lighting effects during the evening. While you're here, visit the observatory (weather permitting) to look at the night sky alongside a volunteer astronomer.

These special events are $18 per person with a .$0.95 processing fee for online ticket sales.

7:00PM - Laser Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin is proclaimed by many critics to be the progenitors of heavy metal and hard rock, and their individualistic style reset the standards for many musical genres in the 1960s and ‘70s. Indeed, they have been hailed as one of the most successful, innovative and influential bands, alongside Pink Floyd, U2 and the Beatles. Now you can relive the magical sounds of Led Zeppelin while enjoying a visual treat of custom laser imagery.

Science exhibits included!

SOLD OUT

8:30PM - Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon

Based on Pink Floyd’s 1973 album of humanitarian, political and philosophical empathy, Dark Side of the Moon is one of the most startling and bizarre laser light shows of all time! Considered by many critics to be the album that brought the commercial breakthrough to Pink Floyd, Dark Side of the Moon offers a mixture of psychedelic, rock and jazz sounds. With a diverse and unusual display of laser art, it's a dramatic and haunting atmosphere.

Science exhibits included!

SOLD OUT


 

Sunday, January 29

11:00AM - Black Holes

Produced in collaboration with NASA and NOVA, this cutting-edge full-dome production features immersive animations of galactic events while exploring the science behind black holes. Narrated by Liam Neeson.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Black holes, astrophysics, stars, supernovae 
Style: Fulldome film followed by live star talk

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12:30PM - We Are Stars

This gorgeously animated fulldome show explores our explosive origins. Learn how hydrogen and carbon formed the building blocks of life. With fun characters and visuals, it's a great show for youngsters.

Recommended for younger audiences
Themes: Stars, element formation
Style: Fulldome animated film followed by star talk

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2:00PM - Bugs! A Rainforest Adventure

Follow an insect's life journey as you become immersed in a miniature world where a leaf weighs as much as a car and one raindrop quenches the largest thirst. This is an IMAX show reformatted for the planetarium dome.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Entomology, life cycles, insect diversity 
Style: Fulldome documentary followed by live presentation

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3:30PM - Touring the Solar System

Zoom away from planet Earth and take a live guided tour through the Solar System! We'll stop by each of the planets (including some Saturnian and Galilean moons) pointing out interesting facts along the way.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Planets, space exploration
Style: Live presentation

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Tuesday, January 31

2:00PM - Black Holes

Produced in collaboration with NASA and NOVA, this cutting-edge full-dome production features immersive animations of galactic events while exploring the science behind black holes. Narrated by Liam Neeson.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Black holes, astrophysics, stars, supernovae 
Style: Fulldome film followed by live star talk
 

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3:30PM - Touring the Solar System

Zoom away from planet Earth and take a live guided tour through the Solar System! We'll stop by each of the planets (including some Saturnian and Galilean moons) pointing out interesting facts along the way.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Planets, space exploration
Style: Live presentation

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Wednesday, February 1

3:30PM - From Earth to the Universe

The night sky, both beautiful and mysterious, has been the subject of ancient myths and awe for as long as there have been people. Yet only recently have we truly begun to grasp our place in the vast cosmos. Join us on a journey of celestial discovery.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Astronomy, Planets 
Style: Fulldome film followed by live star talk

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Thursday, February 2

2:00PM - Forward! To the Moon

NASA’s Artemis program is our next step in exploring the solar system. Take a deep dive into this mission designed to bring astronauts to and from the moon like never before.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: NASA space program, lunar topics, space travel
Style: Fulldome film followed by live star talk

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3:30PM - Tucson Sky & Beyond

Take a relaxing look at the night sky as we give you a guided tour of the stars, planets, constellations and current astronomical events above Tucson. This live star talk is constantly changing!

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Stars, planets, constellations, mythology 
Style: Live night sky presentation 

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Friday, February 3

2:00PM - Great White Shark (leaving Feb. 12!)

Explore the creature we love to fear! Learn more about the Great White's place in our imaginations, our fears, and our oceanic food chain. This is an IMAX show reformatted for the planetarium dome.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Sharks, Conservation
Style: Fulldome Film followed by live presentation

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3:30PM - Touring the Solar System

Zoom away from planet Earth and take a live guided tour through the Solar System! We'll stop by each of the planets (including some Saturnian and Galilean moons) pointing out interesting facts along the way.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Planets, space exploration
Style: Live presentation

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Saturday, February 4

11:00AM - From Earth to the Universe

The night sky, both beautiful and mysterious, has been the subject of ancient myths and awe for as long as there have been people. Yet only recently have we truly begun to grasp our place in the vast cosmos. Join us on a journey of celestial discovery.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Astronomy, Planets 
Style: Fulldome film followed by live star talk

Buy Tickets

12:30PM - Perfect Little Planet

Discover our solar system through a new set of eyes – a family on vacation from another star system! This show is a journey through the fascinating planets of our solar system. Featuring fun characters and computer animations.

Recommended for younger audiences
Themes: Planets, planet features
Style: Fulldome animated film followed by star talk

Buy Tickets

2:00PM - Great White Shark (leaving Feb. 12!)

Explore the creature we love to fear! Learn more about the Great White's place in our imaginations, our fears, and our oceanic food chain. This is an IMAX show reformatted for the planetarium dome.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Sharks, Conservation
Style: Fulldome Film followed by live presentation

Buy Tickets

3:30PM - Tucson Sky & Beyond

Take a relaxing look at the night sky as we give you a guided tour of the stars, planets, constellations and current astronomical events above Tucson. This live star talk is constantly changing!

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Stars, planets, constellations, mythology 
Style: Live night sky presentation 

Buy Tickets

Sunday, February 5

11:00AM - Black Holes

Produced in collaboration with NASA and NOVA, this cutting-edge full-dome production features immersive animations of galactic events while exploring the science behind black holes. Narrated by Liam Neeson.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Black holes, astrophysics, stars, supernovae 
Style: Fulldome film followed by live star talk

Buy Tickets

12:30PM - We Are Stars

This gorgeously animated fulldome show explores our explosive origins. Learn how hydrogen and carbon formed the building blocks of life. With fun characters and visuals, it's a great show for youngsters.

Recommended for younger audiences
Themes: Stars, element formation
Style: Fulldome animated film followed by star talk

Buy Tickets

2:00PM - Great White Shark (leaving Feb. 12!)

Explore the creature we love to fear! Learn more about the Great White's place in our imaginations, our fears, and our oceanic food chain. This is an IMAX show reformatted for the planetarium dome.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Sharks, Conservation
Style: Fulldome Film followed by live presentation

Buy Tickets

3:30PM - Touring the Solar System

Zoom away from planet Earth and take a live guided tour through the Solar System! We'll stop by each of the planets (including some Saturnian and Galilean moons) pointing out interesting facts along the way.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Planets, space exploration
Style: Live presentation

​​​Buy Tickets

Tuesday, February 7

2:00PM - Forward! To the Moon

NASA’s Artemis program is our next step in exploring the solar system. Take a deep dive into this mission designed to bring astronauts to and from the moon like never before.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: NASA space program, lunar topics, space travel
Style: Fulldome film followed by live star talk

Buy Tickets

3:30PM - Touring the Solar System

Zoom away from planet Earth and take a live guided tour through the Solar System! We'll stop by each of the planets (including some Saturnian and Galilean moons) pointing out interesting facts along the way.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Planets, space exploration
Style: Live presentation

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Wednesday, February 8

3:30PM - From Earth to the Universe

The night sky, both beautiful and mysterious, has been the subject of ancient myths and awe for as long as there have been people. Yet only recently have we truly begun to grasp our place in the vast cosmos. Join us on a journey of celestial discovery.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Astronomy, Planets 
Style: Fulldome film followed by live star talk

Buy Tickets

Thursday, February 9

2:00PM - Forward! To the Moon

NASA’s Artemis program is our next step in exploring the solar system. Take a deep dive into this mission designed to bring astronauts to and from the moon like never before.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: NASA space program, lunar topics, space travel
Style: Fulldome film followed by live star talk

Buy Tickets

3:30PM - Tucson Sky & Beyond

Take a relaxing look at the night sky as we give you a guided tour of the stars, planets, constellations and current astronomical events above Tucson. This live star talk is constantly changing!

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Stars, planets, constellations, mythology 
Style: Live night sky presentation 

Buy Tickets

Friday, February 10

2:00PM - Great White Shark (leaving Feb. 12!)

Explore the creature we love to fear! Learn more about the Great White's place in our imaginations, our fears, and our oceanic food chain. This is an IMAX show reformatted for the planetarium dome.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Sharks, Conservation
Style: Fulldome Film followed by live presentation

Buy Tickets

3:30PM - Touring the Solar System

Zoom away from planet Earth and take a live guided tour through the Solar System! We'll stop by each of the planets (including some Saturnian and Galilean moons) pointing out interesting facts along the way.

Recommended for general audiences
Themes: Planets, space exploration
Style: Live presentation

Buy Tickets