Enhance your field trip experience with a planetarium show!
See breathtaking images of the life cycle of stars from the Hubble Space Telescope. Experience the eventual collision of our Milky Way galaxy with the neighboring Andromeda galaxy, then plunge down and sweep through the gigantic Valles Marineris canyon using the latest data from the Mars Global Surveyor.
This program is specifically designed for grades 4 through Adult.
This show is available in Spanish upon request.
This program is available by request for groups of 30 or more. Smaller groups are welcome to inquire about currently scheduled weekday shows.
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Booking + Program Logistics
Have questions? We have answers! Explore frequently asked questions. For more information please contact us at Register@OMSI.edu or (503) 797-4661.
OMSI requires at least 2-weeks notice for scheduling a special documentary film time for a group visit. The easiest way to set up a documentary film as part of a field trip is using our online request form. Group leaders may also request a film title with our registration office at email@example.com or 503.797.4661.
Organizations need at least 12 participants to request a planetarium show group rate for a public, already scheduled showtime. Group size maximum is 115 participants.
Special showtimes are available for planetarium shows and must be requested at least 2-weeks in advance. Private show times require a minimum of 30 participants.
Special showtimes must be requested at least 2-weeks in advance and require a minimum of 30 participants. To inquire about a private showing please contact the registration office.
No. OMSI does not offer field trip discounts or advanced ticket rates for evening laser light shows.
No. Food is not allowed in the Kendall Planetarium.
OMSI will wait until 5 minutes after the scheduled start time. Then, the show must continue to stay on schedule for the day. Registration will try to work with you on tickets for a different film title later in the day but rescheduling is not guaranteed. We are unable to change the set film schedule. Refunds are not available.
No. Please encourage students to use restrooms before the show. Once the planetarium show starts the doors lock to the outside. Late attendees will not be admitted to the show.
The Kendall Planetarium is wheelchair accessible. Explore access resources and amenities for guests visiting the museum. Learn More