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Mandag 12.00-18.30, tirsdag 9.30 - 20.00, onsdag 9.30 - 20.00, torsdag 9.30 - 21.00, fredag 9.30 - 21.45, lørdag 9.30 - 20.45, søndag 9.30- 19.15

Planetarium har påbud om nedlukning i perioden 9. december 2020 til 17. januar 2021 (begge dage inklusiv) grundet COVID-19. Vi informerer om genåbning via web, FB og Instagram.

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Tickets to Planetarium

A ticket to the Planetarium gives access to our exhibitions, the daily program, a choice of one film during school holidays and weekends, we guided tours, shows and stories about the universe.

All films begin with a digital space journey followed by the season’s current starry sky.

Price: Entrance (incl. one film) DKK 160, - adult / 99, - child.

Please note our English website is presently being updated.

When purchasing tickets, you will be diverted to the Danish website, we sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused by this.

Book tickets here

If you have any questions you are very welcome to call us on +45 33 12 12 24 for assistance.


Daily activities on weekends and in holiday seasons

Besides offering unique film experiences in Northern Europes biggest Dome – we have talks, science shows and moon walks for the whole family on weekends and in holiday seasons.

Every day you can collect a Moon Walk booklet in the Planetarium’s shop and solve different astronaut tasks in and outside Planetarium.

All day: Round Trip to the Moon

We visited the Earth’s moon for the first time 50 years ago, but there is a total of 198 marvelous moons in our solar system. The visit to the Moon gave us valuable knowledge of Earth’s history and the formation of the solar system, but if we travel to the distant corners of the universe, we find moons that may be even more fascinating and contain even more answers about the origin of life. In a series of activities, Planetarium focuses on our own moon, the Apollos landings from 1969 to 1972 and the 197 marvelous moons that we have not yet visited. Join the moon party and hear wild stories about our own and other planets moons.

This summer on the 20 th July, it is 50 years ago since the first man set food on the Moon. Take a Moon walk in our exhibition, be inspired by the fascinating moon tales in the Dome theatre and be thrilled by science shows about the science of the most beautiful moons in our solar system. Is there life in space, what happens if you fall into one of the volcanoes on the moon of Triton and which Apollo mission brought the Planetarium moon rock back to earth?

All days during the school holidays and weekends.

Daily 10.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m.: Moon stories for children

Help us fly to the Moon and beyond. In this interactive story we travel on a tour of the coolest of the moons in our solar system.

We visit moons with volcanoes, moons that resemble snowballs and moons that may have life beneath the surface.

Come and find out which moon we think is the best and see if it is the one which you think is the best.

Time: Daily 10.00 a.m. and 1.00 p.m.
Location: Dome theatre
Age: 4 – 99
Language: Danish, however if there are many tourists the show will be in English

Daily 10.30 a.m. and 1.30 p.m.: Round trip to the Moon (science show)

We blast off to the Moon just like they did in 1969. We are going to investigate what happens if you go to the toilet on the Moon, if you can get something to eat if you make a base up there and how to get home again.

Time: Daily 10.30 a.m. and 1.30 p.m.
Location: Lille Sal
Age: 4- 99
Language: Danish, however if there are many tourists the show will be in English

Daily 11.25 a.m. and 2.25 p.m.: The wild moons (science show)

We will take you far into the solar system to the strangest of moons. We will examine the science being the wildest moons in our solar system, how they are constructed and why they behave as they do.

Come by and learn about how a moon is not just a cold gray desert but can also have a thick atmosphere and wild volcanoes.

Time: Daily 11.25 a.m. and 2.25 p.m.
Location: Lille Sal
Age: 8- 99
Language: Danish, however if there are many tourists the show will be in English

Daily 4 p.m.: Moon Talk in the Dome Theatre

We are going to explore our solar system just as it has been done before with probes to the
furthest regions.

We start with a short story about our moon and the missions we have previously sent there.

After this we move out to the outer moons and give you insight into their amazing properties. From cryo volcanoes to the powerful tidal forces that the gas planets expose their moons to. The Moon Talk is in English, so it is suitable for adults and English-speaking children.

Time: Daily 4 p.m.
Location: Dome theatre
Age: adults and English-speaking children.
Language: English