Planetarium Schedule

Mondays-Fridays

2:00 PM Dinosaur Prophecy 
Long before dinosaurs' massive extinction 65 million years ago, many individual species simply disappeared. Visit dinosaur graveyards, study their bones, and reconstruct how these creatures lived and died to solve four famous cold cases from the age of the dinosaurs. Continue the learning at home with STEM resources.

2:00 PM Season of Light (starting 11/25)
Light up the cold, dark winter with a bright holiday show that traces the history and development of holiday customs and cultural celebrations. Also includes a live presentation on the winter night sky.

3:00 PM Night of Pegasus 
Celebrate autumn and explore Pegasus, the flying horse, a constellation visible in the fall sky at this live show that looks at the autumn night sky. This 45-minute program also takes a look at current events taking place in space.

3:00 PM Night of the Hunter (starting 12/21)
Explore Orion, a constellation currently visible in the winter night sky, and discover why it was named after a Greek hunter in this fun and informative live exploration of the stars, constellations and planets visible in the winter night sky.  This 45-minute program also takes a look at current events taking place in space. 

Saturdays

10:00 AM One World, One Sky 
One World, One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure -  Big Bird, Elmo and their friend from China, Hu Hu Zhu, take viewers on a journey of discovery to learn about the Big Dipper, the North Star, the Sun, and the Moon. 
Continue the learning at home with STEM resources.

11:00 AM Night of Pegasus
Celebrate autumn and explore Pegasus, the flying horse, a constellation visible in the fall sky at this live show that looks at the autumn night sky. This 45-minute program also takes a look at current events taking place in space.

11:00 AM Night of the Hunter (starting 12/21)
Explore Orion, a constellation currently visible in the winter night sky, and discover why it was named after a Greek hunter in this fun and informative live exploration of the stars, constellations and planets visible in the winter night sky.  This 45-minute program also takes a look at current events taking place in space.

1:00 PM Dinosaur Prophecy
Long before dinosaurs' massive extinction 65 million years ago, many individual species simply disappeared. Visit dinosaur graveyards, study their bones, and reconstruct how these creatures lived and died to solve four famous cold cases from the age of the dinosaurs. Continue the learning at home with STEM resources.

1:00 PM Tis the Season (starting 11/25)
Light up the cold, dark winter with a bright holiday show that traces the history and development of holiday customs and cultural celebrations. Also, includes a live presentation on the winter night sky. 

2:00 PM One World, One Sky 
One World, One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure -  Big Bird, Elmo and their friend from China, Hu Hu Zhu, take viewers on a journey of discovery to learn about the Big Dipper, the North Star, the Sun, and the Moon. Continue the learning at home with STEM resources.

3:00 PM 
Night of Pegasus
Celebrate autumn and explore Pegasus, the flying horse, a constellation visible in the fall sky at this live show that looks at the autumn night sky. This 45-minute program also takes a look at current events taking place in space.

3:00 PM Night of the Hunter (starting 12/21)
Explore Orion, a constellation currently visible in the winter night sky, and discover why it was named after a Greek hunter in this fun and informative live exploration of the stars, constellations and planets visible in the winter night sky.  This 45-minute program also takes a look at current events taking place in space.

4:00 PM Dinosaur Prophecy
Long before dinosaurs' massive extinction 65 million years ago, many individual species simply disappeared. Visit dinosaur graveyards, study their bones, and reconstruct how these creatures lived and died to solve four famous cold cases from the age of the dinosaurs. Continue the learning at home with STEM resources.

4:00 PM Tis the Season (starting 11/25)
Light up the cold, dark winter with a bright holiday show that traces the history and development of holiday customs and cultural celebrations. Also, includes a live presentation on the winter night sky.  

Sundays

1:00 PM Dinosaur Prophecy
Long before dinosaurs' massive extinction 65 million years ago, many individual species simply disappeared. Visit dinosaur graveyards, study their bones, and reconstruct how these creatures lived and died to solve four famous cold cases from the age of the dinosaurs. Continue the learning at home with STEM resources.

1:00 PM Tis the Season (starting 11/25)
Light up the cold, dark winter with a bright holiday show that traces the history and development of holiday customs and cultural celebrations. Also, includes a live presentation on the winter night sky. 

2:00 PM One World, One Sky
One World, One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure -  Big Bird, Elmo and their friend from China, Hu Hu Zhu, take viewers on a journey of discovery to learn about the Big Dipper, the North Star, the Sun, and the Moon. 
Continue the learning at home with STEM resources.

3:00 PM Night of Pegasus
Celebrate autumn and explore Pegasus, the flying horse, a constellation visible in the fall sky at this live show that looks at the autumn night sky. This 45-minute program also takes a look at current events taking place in space.

3:00 PM Night of the Hunter (starting 12/21)
Explore Orion, a constellation currently visible in the winter night sky, and discover why it was named after a Greek hunter in this fun and informative live exploration of the stars, constellations and planets visible in the winter night sky.  This 45-minute program also takes a look at current events taking place in space.

4:00 PM Dinosaur Prophecy
Long before dinosaurs' massive extinction 65 million years ago, many individual species simply disappeared. Visit dinosaur graveyards, study their bones, and reconstruct how these creatures lived and died to solve four famous cold cases from the age of the dinosaurs.Continue the learning at home with STEM resources.

4:00 PM Tis the Season (starting 11/25)
Light up the cold, dark winter with a bright holiday show that traces the history and development of holiday customs and cultural celebrations. Also, includes a live presentation on the winter night sky. 


GOTO Star Machine
See 8,500 stars, 26 deep sky objects, 24 constellations, and much more!   View the sky from any location on Earth and any place in the solar system!

Explore Astronomy News...See a Planetarium Show!
Curious about the new planet just discovered? Questions about the latest events in space? All Shows at the Suits-Bueche Planetarium include a look at the current night sky and the latest astronomy news.



For more information, contact the Suits-Bueche Planetarium at 518.382.7890 x227.







ADMISSION
General Museum 
Admission
General Admission
PLUS Planetarium*
Members:
FREE
4 FREE PASSES
Reciprocal Membership: FREE $5.00
Children (3-12):
$7.50
$12.50
Seniors Citizens (65+):
$9.00
$14.00
Adults (12+):
$10.50
$15.50

*Planetarium admission is sold with general museum admission. Must buy a ticket for each show. 


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