Planetario Galileo Galilei, Buenos Aires

(3.9/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web)
Gaze at the stars and learn the secrets of the heavens at Planetario Galileo Galilei. With separate projectors for the moon, the sun, and all the visible planets, as well as wide projections of the starry skies, the planetarium will excite all space enthusiasts. The facility utilizes state of the art technology, such as high-definition dome projection, to create a perfect stargazing experience. Continue to the onsite museum to inspect artifacts like moon rock and meteorite fragments up close. Special programs accommodate visitors with visual and hearing difficulties. Almost all information at the planetarium is in Spanish, so some knowledge of the language will be handy when visiting. A visit to Planetario Galileo Galilei represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Buenos Aires vacation planner to plot your vacation.
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  • We take that we were close and after visiting the Japanese garden, went to the Planetarium. Lucky for us, it wasn't too crowded and there was a presentation in a few minutes. For those who enjoy astronomy is a full plate!
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  • The day I went to the Japanese garden, I gave a look at the Planetarium, which was closed. Nice place, worth some photos and nothing else. I can't tell you what the inside, unfortunately.
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  • The Buenos Aires Planetarium offers two well different shows. On the one hand, its privileged location, in the middle of the gardens of Palermo and its outward appearance, resembling a spaceship. On the other hand, the passes of the exhibitions that take place inside. You have to check the calendar to find out what is being developed. If is has of little time, perhaps is suitable book with advance to make the entry, especially them days and hours tip. Altogether, is an attraction worth seeing is. Ideal to go solo, couple or family.
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  • The building is breathtaking when seen at night. The planatorium is crowded always but a nice place to go for Kids.
  • Beatiful building for an amazing museum. Great shows for both kids and adults. Located in the heart of Palermo.
  • Cool building with 3 shows. Each show is $60. Check with their site before, because not all shows are on everyday.
  • NIce retrofuturistic building in the middle of the best park in BA. Check out the planetarium on the inside as well. Nice shows on space and the universe daily and during the summer often used as a backdrop for open air concerts and light spectacles
  • Amazing view at night. Make sure to check out one of their shows, really affordable tickets