TO PROTECT THE HEALTH OF OUR COMMUNITY, THE MANITOBA MUSEUM PLANETARIUM IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
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Current Public Planetarium Show Schedule
The Planetarium Show Schedule will be posted when we re-open. We look forward to seeing you then!
Very important – please read: For the safety of all our visitors, once a Planetarium show has begun latecomers will not be admitted. Planetarium shows are approx. 40 minutes.
Take a guided tour of the night sky and discover current constellations, planets, and celestial events currently visible in Manitoba skies. The show is presented live by Planetarium Science Communicators and highlights the latest discoveries.
The zany cast of Zula Patrol stop a notorious polluter – and also learn about the formation of our planet and the evolution of its many life forms. The Zula Patrol: Down to Earth is based on the award-winning TV series, The Zula Patrol, now reaching 300 million households worldwide. This 35-minute show is designed for families with younger children and includes a short introduction to the current night sky.
Search For Life: Are We Alone?
An engrossing immersive theater experience, The Search for Life: Are We Alone? launches visitors on an awe-inspiring trip through space and time—from the depths of Earth’s oceans to the outer reaches of the cosmos—to explore the links between life on Earth and the potential for life on other planets. Narrated by Academy Award-nominated actor Harrison Ford, this 35-minute show is designed for general audiences, and includes a live segment on the current night sky.
Secret of the Cardboard Rocket
Two adventurous youngsters blast off in their homemade cardboard rocket as they embark on an imagination-powered journey through space. Guided by a talking astronomy book, the two children explore each planet and discover the amazing variety of places in our solar system. After flying through the clouds of Jupiter, searching for life on Mars, and landing on frigid Pluto, the children make their way home to the most wonderful planet of them all: the Earth.