Opening hours this week
Opening Hours

Monday 12.00 am - 6.30 pm, Tuesday 9.30 am - 8.00 pm, Wednesday 9.30 am - 8.00 pm , Tuesday 9.30 am - 9.00 pm, Friday 9.30 am - 9.45 pm, Saturday 9.30 am - 9.45 pm, Sunday 9.30 am - 7.15 pm

Planetarium has orders to close in the period 9 December 2020 to 5th of April 2021 (both days inclusive) due to COVID-19. We will inform about reopening through web, FB and Instagram.

We hope for your understanding.

The opening hours can change due til private arrangements - read more

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The universe is full of invisible things.

The magnetic field protects us from radiation from space, the gravity keeps us on the ground, the sun’s infrared light gives us warmth,
and the mysterious dark matter holds our galaxy together.

All this and much more is invisible to us, but at the same time it is enormously important to our universe and existence.

Join us in the hunt for the invisible.

The Invisible Show

Science show

With mind-blowing experiments, we put your mind to the test and show you how to make the invisible visible.

We capture magnetic fields, explore the gravity, and show light that you otherwise cannot see, all these elements give valuable knowledge of the universe.

Weekends and school holidays
10.20 am, 11.15 am and 2.20 pm

Spacewalk in the Invisible Universe

Take a tour in the exhibition area.

We explore Planetarium’s exhibitions to see some of the universe’s most invisible phenomena.

What does dark matter do? How does gravity work? And why are black holes important for our existence on Earth?

Despite the difficult topics, the spacewalk has been adapted to families with children.

We meet under the space telescope Hubble, just in front of the shop.

Weekends and school holidays
10.50 am and 1.20 pm

Workshop in SpaceLab

Build your own particle detector and discover the cosmic radiation that flows through your body every moment.

The radiation consists of small particles that come from outer space and are quite harmless on the surface of the Earth. In a particle detector, you can catch the radiation when it collides with the air in the detector.

You can take your detector with you, when you leave.

Weekends and school holidays
12.30 pm – 1.30 pm


The Earth as seen from ISS

Watch livefeed from the International Space Station

Gift voucher

Give an experience and knowledge of space, astronomy and the universe that will bring happiness to people of all ages.

Buy the gift voucher online or in our shop.

Annual pass

Get free access to the exhibitions and movies in the Dome.
A season pass can also be given as a gift.
Buy the pass online or in the shop.