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The planetarium is the first 3D astronomy theater with a 23m wide hemispherical screen, offering a wide selection of films on space and celestial bodies.
The main programs include, "3D Space Travel," "A Dinosaur Story," "The Way to Mars," "Dream of Flying," "We are Aliens" and more.
In addition, the planetarium’s astronomy lecture, "A Typical Star Story" is on the last Saturday of every month, There is also the "Planetarium’s Musical Festival".
|division||Single||Group (20 persons or more)|
|Adults and Seniors (20 years and older)||2,000won||1,000won|
|Youth(8-19 years old)||1,000won||500won|
|Children (4-7 years old)||1,000won||500won|
|Infants (3 years and younger)||No Admittance|
With some live commentary from your very own science guide, you can embark on a 3D space trip that starts by exploring the planets in our solar system, and then moves out to the ends of the known universe observed by humankind.
Every Saturday, the Planetarium hosts a free lecture - “A Cheeky Story of a Star.” During the lecture, with the help of some extremely informative commentary from a science guide assigned to the program, you can listen to a variety of subjects and stories about the stars and space that are not covered in regular programs.
The Planetarium Musical Concert gathers renowned science doctors to find out new and diverse science information along with the music professionals’ easy and fun explanations and beautiful melodies. Those who love science and music are encouraged to come watch the music concert that the whole family can enjoy on a weekend evening.
|Concert Period||The last Saturday of every month at 19:00 (In December, the concert will be held on the 15th)|
|Location||National Science Museum Planetarium|
|Target||To all who love music (Admittance from 4 and up)|
|Registration||Homepage first come first serve reservation (If seating is available, same day admittance may be possible)|
|Reservation Period||5 days before the concert (Monday) at 10:00 to the day before the concert(Friday) at 23:59.|
Reservation is only available for paid-free memberss on the Science Museum’s homepage