Planetarium Show Information

Planetarium Shows

Shows available to the public are available on weekday evenings and Saturday.    Join us in Utah’s 2nd largest planetarium as we explore the amazing features of our universe.
Check calendar for available show times before you attend as hours of availability can change due to special events or holidays.  If no show times are available it is either sold out or closed for events.

TICKET PURCHASING

NO LATE ENTRY – Doors close 5 minutes after show start time

Birth of Planet Earth
Duration: 50 Minutes
Minimum Recommended Age: 8+

The Moon: A Legacy Left Behind
Duration: 50 Minutes
Minimum Recommended Age: 6+

Beginner’s Guide to the Galaxy
Duration: 50 Minutes
Minimum Recommended Age: 6+
Becoming more familiar with the beauties found in the night sky.

Holst’s Planetary Suite
Duration: 50 Minutes
Minimum Recommended Age: 10+
Relax to a tour of the planets that inspired Gustav Holst to compose one our most beloved orchestral suites.

Christmas Star
Duration: 50 Minutes
Minimum Recommended Age: 10+
Learn about what might have been in the night sky those many years ago.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What if we arrive late for a show?

Patrons will not be permitted into the planetarium once the seating process is completed.  Doors will open 5 minutes before the show time and close 5 minutes after.  This is due to the nature of planetarium shows and the need to maintain a dark environment.  Patrons that leave the planetarium during a show will not be permitted to return to their seats.  If an item needs to be retrieved, please seek out a staff member for assistance.

Are there age restrictions for planetarium shows?

Out of courtesy for all guests, patrons of the Planetarium must be able to sit appropriately quiet in their own seat for the duration of the show.  For safety reasons we do not provide booster seats and ask that guests not stand on the seating.  A child is permitted to sit on their parent’s lap to help with this situation so long as the child’s feet are not on a nearby seat.

Due to capacity limits of the planetarium all patrons must have a ticket to enter even if they do not sit in their own seat.  We don’t expect tickets to be purchased for infants, but similar to a movie theater it may not be appropriate to bring a baby to a show that can have loud effects.

Are there flashing lights within the experience? Possible seizure risks for sensitive individuals?

Yes, the simulators and planetarium often have dramatic changes to lighting or other content which is more likely to trigger seizures due to flashing lights or other causes.  When you arrive you can request for our staff to mitigate some of these effects.  Though it should be noted that some elements are automated and difficult to eliminate completely.

How do I reserve wheelchair seating in the planetarium?

There are 4 wheelchair spots and 4 adjacent seats located in the planetarium.  Please call ahead to reserve one of these seats when completing your ticket purchase.  Our software is unable to track this aspect and so our staff will accommodate your needs over the phone or make you aware if seating isn’t available for a particular show.

Group Discounts

Group discounts are available for planetarium shows.

15-29 Tickets = 10% Discount
30-49 Tickets = 15% Discount
50-74 Tickets = 20% Discount

You must call in to get the discount code applied.  801 610 8363

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