Exciting Presentations this Winter and Spring!
Important Notice: At the start of a Planetarium show, your eyes will take a few minutes to adapt to the dark. For this reason, latecomers cannot be admitted. To avoid this, please ensure that you arrive at least 15 minutes before the start time.
NEW SHOWS NOW BOOKING - click on a title to learn more . . .
Prices:Public shows: £6.00 for adults, or £4.00 for children under 16.
Half-day courses: Please call for details.
Tickets may be reserved by telephoning the Planetarium on 01243 774400, or the ticketline on 07818 297292.
If we are unable to deal with your telephone request for information immediately, please leave your name and telephone number and the nature of your enquiry and we shall call you back as soon as we can.
Tickets are also available, to personal callers only, from the Novium Museum in Tower Street, Chichester.
As space in our star theatre is limited, visitors for the public presentations are strongly advised to book tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.
PLEASE NOTE that we are unable to accept credit or debit cards at present. For public shows, payment is by cash or cheque, on the door on the day.
Our public shows are suitable for children age 6 and upwards.
|Sun, February 1st||3.30 pm||The Moon, Our Nearest Neighbour|
|Friday, Feb 6th||7.30 pm||Myths and Legends of the Night Sky|
|Sunday, Feb 8th||3.30 pm||The Sparkling Stars of Winter|
|Friday, Feb 20th||3.30 pm||Prepare for Blast-off!|
|Friday, Feb 20th||7.30 pm||The Northern Lights|
|Saturday, Feb 21st||1.30 pm||The Sparkling Stars of Winter|
|Sunday, Feb 22nd||3.30 pm||The Northern Lights|
|Friday, Feb 27th||3.30 pm||Wintertime Stars, Moon and Planets|
|Sunday, March 1st||3.30 pm||Myths and Legends of the Night Sky|
|Friday, March 6th||7.30 pm||Eclipses of the Sun and This Month’s Solar Eclipse|
|Sunday, March 8th||3.30 pm||Meteorites, Space Rocks and Impacts|
|Thurs, March 12th||7.30 pm||The Northern Lights|
|Sat, March 14th||3.30 pm||Eclipses of the Sun and This Week’s Solar Eclipse|
|Friday, March 27th||7.30 pm||Springtime Stars, Moon and Planets|
|Sunday, March 29th||3.30 pm||Giant Jupiter, King of the Planets|
|Tuesday, March 31st||3.30 pm||Springtime Stars, Moon and Planets|
|Thurs, April 2nd||3.30 pm||The Easter Full Moon|
|Friday, April 3rd||7.30 pm||The Easter Night Sky|
|Monday, April 6th||3.30 pm||Seven Wonders of the Solar System|
|Wed, April 8th||3.30 pm||Springtime Stars and Galaxies|
|Friday, April 10th||7.30 pm||The Hunt for Earth-like Planets and Life|
|Friday, April 17th||7.30 pm||The Northern Lights|
|Sunday, April 19th||3.30 pm||The Northern Lights|
Friday, April 24th - Sun 26th
"Amazing, Beautiful, Crazy: The Universe as
revealed by the Hubble Space Telescope."
A weekend of Special Events to Celebrate Hubble’s
|Friday, April 24th||7.30 pm||Hubble’s 25 Glorious Years: Exploring the Solar System|
|Sat, April 25th||1.30 pm||Views from the Top 100 Best Hubble Images|
|Sat, April 25th||3.30 pm||Hubble’s 25 Glorious Years: Birth, Life and Death of Stars|
|Sunday, April 26th||1.30 pm||More Views from the Top 100 Best Hubble Images|
|Sunday, April 26th||3.30 pm||Hubble’s 25 Glorious Years: To the End of the Universe|