Place Details

Place Details

Moscow Planetarium

The sky above your head, strewn with bright stars, is getting closer, drawing the audience into itself. Flying past the coldly shimmering moon, we are heading towards the extreme planet of our solar system, Neptune. And now we have a blood-red Mars behind us, and we are passing through the gas rings of Jupiter. You can see the Dwarf Pluto ahead...

Is it possible to see the same magnificent and large-scale picture anywhere else without leaving planet Earth? One of these magical places is Russia's main planetarium. This is one of the most visited places in the country. Just imagine: in the period from 1929 to 1994, about 50,000,000 people visited the Moscow Planetarium. The Small and Big Star Halls, as well as the modern 4D cinema, introduce tourists to the eternal movement of stars and planets, this fascinating dance of celestial bodies.

Sky Planetarium is a huge screen dome with a diameter of 25 meters. Here you can touch real meteorite debris and even take part in unusual scientific experiments.

In the Urania exhibition hall, children will be able to “look through” a large-scale virtual book and rotate the globe. New programs, lectures and films are constantly appearing here.

In good weather, the large observatory invites you to watch a large-scale and spectacular film directed by Mother Nature herself. Telescopes can be used to observe planets, star systems, nebulae, clusters, and sometimes you can see a fashion show of one planet against the background of another.

Currently, new fulldome programs are being held in the Great Star Hall, which can only be seen in the capital's planetarium.

Having considered everything carefully, having learned from the mouth of the guide about many secrets of the universe, you can take home not only emotions and memories, but also space souvenirs. In addition to the pleasure of the gift, everyone who holds a piece of space in their hands has the feeling that it is getting closer to the sky.

The cost of a ticket to the Great Star Hall, including a tour of the Urania Museum, is 550-750 rubles, for other venues — from 100 to 600 rubles.

The sky above your head, strewn with bright stars, is getting closer, drawing the audience into itself. Flying past the coldly shimmering moon, we are heading towards the extreme planet of our solar system, Neptune. And now we have a blood-red Mars behind us, and we are passing through the gas rings of Jupiter. You can see the Dwarf Pluto ahead...

Is it possible to see the same magnificent and large-scale picture anywhere else without leaving planet Earth? One of these magical places is Russia's main planetarium. This is one of the most visited places in the country. Just imagine: in the period from 1929 to 1994, about 50,000,000 people visited the Moscow Planetarium. The Small and Big Star Halls, as well as the modern 4D cinema, introduce tourists to the eternal movement of stars and planets, this fascinating dance of celestial bodies.

Sky Planetarium is a huge screen dome with a diameter of 25 meters. Here you can touch real meteorite debris and even take part in unusual scientific experiments.

In the Urania exhibition hall, children will be able to “look through” a large-scale virtual book and rotate the globe. New programs, lectures and films are constantly appearing here.

In good weather, the large observatory invites you to watch a large-scale and spectacular film directed by Mother Nature herself. Telescopes can be used to observe planets, star systems, nebulae, clusters, and sometimes you can see a fashion show of one planet against the background of another.

Currently, new fulldome programs are being held in the Great Star Hall, which can only be seen in the capital's planetarium.

Having considered everything carefully, having learned from the mouth of the guide about many secrets of the universe, you can take home not only emotions and memories, but also space souvenirs. In addition to the pleasure of the gift, everyone who holds a piece of space in their hands has the feeling that it is getting closer to the sky.

The cost of a ticket to the Great Star Hall, including a tour of the Urania Museum, is 550-750 rubles, for other venues — from 100 to 600 rubles.

The sky above your head, strewn with bright stars, is getting closer, drawing the audience into itself. Flying past the coldly shimmering moon, we are heading towards the extreme planet of our solar system, Neptune. And now we have a blood-red Mars behind us, and we are passing through the gas rings of Jupiter. You can see the Dwarf Pluto ahead...

Is it possible to see the same magnificent and large-scale picture anywhere else without leaving planet Earth? One of these magical places is Russia's main planetarium. This is one of the most visited places in the country. Just imagine: in the period from 1929 to 1994, about 50,000,000 people visited the Moscow Planetarium. The Small and Big Star Halls, as well as the modern 4D cinema, introduce tourists to the eternal movement of stars and planets, this fascinating dance of celestial bodies.

Sky Planetarium is a huge screen dome with a diameter of 25 meters. Here you can touch real meteorite debris and even take part in unusual scientific experiments.

In the Urania exhibition hall, children will be able to “look through” a large-scale virtual book and rotate the globe. New programs, lectures and films are constantly appearing here.

In good weather, the large observatory invites you to watch a large-scale and spectacular film directed by Mother Nature herself. Telescopes can be used to observe planets, star systems, nebulae, clusters, and sometimes you can see a fashion show of one planet against the background of another.

Currently, new fulldome programs are being held in the Great Star Hall, which can only be seen in the capital's planetarium.

Having considered everything carefully, having learned from the mouth of the guide about many secrets of the universe, you can take home not only emotions and memories, but also space souvenirs. In addition to the pleasure of the gift, everyone who holds a piece of space in their hands has the feeling that it is getting closer to the sky.

The cost of a ticket to the Great Star Hall, including a tour of the Urania Museum, is 550-750 rubles, for other venues — from 100 to 600 rubles.

Address

st. Sadovaya-Kudrinskaya, 5/1

Timetable

Mon, Wed—Sun 10:00 — 21:00

Phone

+7 495 221-76-90

Website

https://vk.com/planetarium_mos

Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/planetariy-msk/

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