Sit back and be amazed as our new laser projectors display vividly realistic images on a 30-meter-diameter tilted dome, allowing stargazers to travel anywhere in the universe. Enjoy learning from scientists and astronomers who affirm young-earth creation and explain how what we see in the night sky confirms God’s Word in Genesis.
Planetarium shows typically run several times each day (separate timed tickets are required for each viewing). The runtime for each show is around 23 minutes. Check printed daily schedule at the Creation Museum for showtimes or see our online calendar under the listing of regularly scheduled programs. All shows start promptly, so it is helpful to line up 15 minutes early.
|Single Feature||Double Feature|
|Regular (ages 11+)||$9||$14|
|Children (ages 5–10)||$6||$9|
|Purchase tickets at Guest Services|
Visit stars, nebulae, galaxies, superclusters, and more as you tour the known universe. This planetarium show will give you a better understanding of the immensity of the universe and the power of the One who created it. Do you like what you see? Pick up a copy of the DVD when you visit the museum.
Astronomer Dr. Danny Faulkner has produced an intriguing planetarium show called Aliens: Fact or Fiction? Travel the universe looking for answers, and meet some new friends who have lots of questions: Are we alone in the universe? Does life exist on other planets? Did your neighbor really see a UFO? Are there answers in the Bible?
What was the mysterious “star in the east” that heralded the birth of Jesus and guided the wise men? Discover the truth about this special star in our first 4K planetarium show with stunning 3D scenes.
Seasonal show, typically available during the Christmas season
Have you ever looked up at a clear night sky, marveled at all the stars, and wondered which ones you were seeing? Would you like to view the rings of Saturn, the moons of Jupiter, or a galaxy or nebula?
Then Stargazer’s Nights are for you! These programs take place in the Stargazer Planetarium and Johnson Observatory at the Creation Museum, led by creation astronomer Dr. Danny Faulkner.Learn More