In one of the most modern planetaria in Europe,
it is possible to see films related to sky and space, nature and the theory of evolution.
The planetarium, covered by a dome with 16 metres’ diameter, allows visitors to travel to the most distant places in outer space, down the volcano or to go back to the origins of life on Earth. Due to applying modern multimedia technologies, spectators have the impression of getting immersed in the worlds which they observe, and which are normally unavailable to them. Animals from the depths of the ocean, microorganisms not visible to the naked eye, creatures from millions of years ago are at arm’s reach. Together with film heroes, visitors may conquest space, go for a cruise to the Galapagos with Darwin, see the bottom of the ocean or visit the Mayan pyramids and get to know the Mayan mythology.
The films, each lasting about an hour, are prepared with the use of land and satellite telescopes, and projected on a spherical screen, which surrounds the audience from all sides. Owing to a special optical projector, 20 million stars, including the Milky Way, appear in the sky.
Tue.-Thu. 9.30 am - 7 pm, the first showing at 10 am, the last showing at 7 pm
Fri.-Sun. 9.30 am - 8 pm, the first showing at 10 am, the last showing at 8 pm
July-August: Tue.-Sun. 9.30 am - 9 pm
regular - 18 PLN (2D), 23 PLN (3D)
reduced - 13 PLN (2D), 18 PLN (3D)
group ticket (at least 10 people) - 11 PLN/person (2D), 16 PLN/person (2D)
family ticket (2 children + 2 adults) - 49 PLN (2D), 64 PLN (3D)