Beazley Planetarium

Be transported (to distant) worlds in our immersive theater with digital full-dome projection. Explore the wonders of the universe. Find inspiration in our starry skies.


Show Details:

Winter WonderlandWinter Wonderland Shows

November 29-December 22, Tuesday-Friday
Season of Light: 1pm and 3pm
Santa’s Secret Star: 2pm

November 29-December 31, Friday Evening
Let it Snow: 5pm and 6:30pm

November 29-December 31, Saturday Day
Season of Light: 11am and 2pm
Santa’s Secret Star: 12pm and 3pm

November 29-December 31, Saturday Evening
Let it Snow: 5pm and 6:30pm

November 29-December 31, Sunday
Season of Light: 12pm Santa’s Secret Star: 3pm

*Please Note: December 23-December 31, that Monday-Friday the Planetarium will run on a Saturday Day schedule.

Regular Shows

Tuesday – Friday

1:00 – One World One Sky Big Bird’s Adventure

2:00 – Dinosaurs at Dusk

3:00 – One World One Sky Big Bird’s Adventure

Saturday

11:00 – One World One Sky Big Bird’s Adventure

12:00 – Dinosaurs at Dusk

2:00 – One World One Sky Big Bird’s Adventure

3:00 – Dinosaurs at Dusk

Sunday

12:00 – One World One Sky Big Bird’s Adventure

3:00 – Dinosaurs at Dusk

 

Let it Snow

Let It Snow

Get your holiday groove on with Let It Snow. The Beazley Planetarium comes alive with holiday classics from Frank Sinatra, Burl Ives, Brenda Lee, The Trans-Siberian Orchestra, and others. Feel free to sing along and get in a festive mood.

Santa's Secret Star

Santa’s Secret Star What?

Santa has lost his compass and can’t find his way home? Sounds like a disaster in the making! Can the stars help? Learn about the day and night sky and how the stars seem to make pictures in the sky in our newest holiday show for young stargazers. Learn how YOU, too, can find Santa’s secret star!

Season of Light

Seasons of Light

The Beazley Planetarium is proud to bring back an old holiday favorite; Seasons of Light. Join us in the planetarium to learn about the celestial connection with many of the season’s holiday traditions. If you ever wondered about the reasons we celebrate how and when we do, Seasons of Light is for you.

One World One Sky

One World One Sky Big Bird’s Adventure

Always a guests’ favorite, Big Bird returns along with Elmo and Hu Hu Zhu in a rollicking tour of the skies above Sesame Street. This is a great introduction for our youngest guests to the wonders of astronomy and the planetarium. Come learn about the Sun and Moon, about constellations and even sing along with Big Bird and Elmo. One World One Sky Big Bird’s Adventure has a limited run so stop by the Beazley Planetarium to take part in all the fun.

Dinosaurs at Dusk

Dinosaurs at Dusk – The Origins of Flight

Propel yourself back through the epochs to explore an Earth teeming with Pterosaurs and the ancestors of modern-day birds: the feathered Dinosaurs ! Join Lucy and her scientist father as they fly through the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous to soar with Quetzacoatlus, escape from raptors and ride behind Argentinosaurus. Dinosaurs at Dusk” takes you on a whirlwind time travel adventure back to the epoch of the Dinosaurs. Do the time warp daily in the Beazley Planetarium.

What's Up?

BEAZLEY BLOG

Dan BorickHello, I am Dan Borick, Beazley Planetarium Manager, welcome to What’s Up?, the Beazley Planetarium’s official blog. Here you will find the latest news from the worlds of astronomy, science, nature and technology as well as tips on viewing and appreciating the wonders of the sky above.  I hope you will come back often.