UPCOMING SHOWS

Please Note: In conjunction with the University of Toronto Holiday closure the Planetarium will be closed from December 16, 2018 – January 11, 2018

 

Please join us in the planetarium for a show presented live by a University of Toronto astronomer. Our full schedule of shows is listed below. Show dates and topics vary. Shows are open to all ages, but parents of very young children (under 5 years old) should use their discretion in deciding whether your kids will be comfortable in a dark room for 50 minutes.

Admission for all regular shows is $10 per person (all ages) and should be purchased before the show online. There are no tickets available at the door.

Please arrive 10 minutes before your show. To ensure the best experience for guests during shows, the doors to the planetarium will be closed and locked to outside entry for the duration of each show. If you arrive after the scheduled start time of your show, you will not be able to enter the planetarium and your ticket will not be refunded or transferred to another show. For the first show on each evening, the doors will open 10 minutes prior to the show. For subsequent shows, doors will open 5 minutes prior to the show.

For more information about the planetarium, including how to book the entire facility for a group, please check out our Visit the Planetarium page.

**New show dates and times will be  announced later this month, to find out when new shows are released sign up for our NEWSLETTER.

Grand Tour of the Cosmos

Planetarium
50 St. George Street
Toronto

November 24, 2018

Showtimes: 7:00pm, 8:10pm, 9:15pm

Rocket away from the Earth on a tour through our solar system and beyond. Starting with highlights from the Toronto night sky, this show will take you on an epic cosmic journey. We’ll follow human spacecraft on their visits to the planets and moons of...

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The Life and Death of Stars

Planetarium
50 St. George Street
Toronto

November 30, 2018

Showtime: 7:00pm, 8:10pm & 9:15pm

The stars in the night sky seem unchanging and eternal, and have remained the same for the history of human civilization. However, over millions and billions of years, new stars are born, live out their long lives, and eventually die in a blaze of glory....

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