Sun-Thu 10-19
Fri-Sat 10-20
20.08 open 12-19
01.09 open 10-17
16.09 CLOSED

Planetarium

You may have noticed a small silver ball on top of our building. Inside it is our fully spherical planetarium with a Guinness World Record-holding Megastar projector that offers you a breathtaking view on the sky with over 10 million stars. The Megastar IIA projector is created by Takayuki Ohira. In addition to that our planetarium features a digital projection system Uniview from Sciss that allows us to virtually fly through the whole known Universe

Tickets

Planetarium shows usually start at 11.00am and run in every full hour. Tickets cost 4€ (with the science centre ticket) or 6€ (without the science centre ticket) and can be purchased at the ticket desk. One show can accommodate 20 people (+ 5 people on extra seats/pillows), so we recommend booking your planetarium tickets before your visit. Book on +372 745 6789 or directly at the ticket desk.

Attention! Group visits to the planetarium cannot be booked at the ticket desk. To book tickets for your group, call +372 515 6766 or send us an e-mail on tellimus@ahhaa.ee.

Attention! Children must be at least 5 years old to visit the planetarium

Planetarium Shows in AHHAA

At the moment, there are two different shows in our planetarium - "Journey Through the Universe" and "Race to Space"

Journey Through the Universe

Let us take you on a ride to the depths of the Universe and its edge (that we are currently aware of)! We begin our journey on Earth, our home planet, and visit various other planets in our solar system on the way. We will pass the stars, take a look at Milky Way and other galaxies and speed onwards until we've reached the very "end" of the Universe. On our way back, we will also drop by the International Space Station (ISS).

Suitable for guests aged 8 and over
For booked groups, the show is available in Estonian, English, Russian and Latvian. Attention! You must choose the language at the time of booking.

Race to Space

This show tells you a story of space technology. See how the conquest of space first began and what were the first satellites like. We, too, will become astronauts and set out on a journey to space - first to explore the Moon, then to the planets and check out how they are being observed by spacecrafts. Have you ever seen space telescopes or space stations? Well, now you will (and learn many exciting things about them as well)!

Suitable for guests aged 10 and over
For booked groups, the show is available in Estonian, Russian and Latvian. Attention! You must choose the language at the time of booking.