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Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Copenhagen
(1.7/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Find the answers to some of the mysteries of space at Tycho Brahe Planetarium. The big dome-shaped screen in the space theater will make you feel like you are part of the movie. Watch IMAX and 3-D movies that can transport you on a journey to the infinite universe, back to the dinosaur era, or below sea level. The planetarium gives a brief introduction to the current night sky before each show. The permanent exhibit on astronomy and space travel features one of the largest pieces of moon rock in the world. For travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Copenhagen holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Tycho Brahe Planetarium and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • Really bad experience at the Planetarium. -First of all: too expensive (800 + DKr. for six adults and three bottles of water), and it was even with 20% discount. -Secondly, we were told that "parts of the exhibition" was closed due to. a private arrangement, which proved to be the parts of the exhibition which was something by looking. It took max. 10 minutes to get around and see the of the exhibition, which was opened-and so we had bought a ticket to watch a movie on the big screen, which neither lived up to expectations. Poor staff who could only apologize and lament that they well knew that it was not optimally with the private arrangement and the closed exhibition. We got to 20% at the entrance, but the savings did not visit was worth more. We will not, in any case, again.
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  • Was there with her boyfriend to be able to see and hear about the shooting star. It was interesting and Nice. but the last dot of iet could have be that they used the whole screen, not just some of it.
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  • However, the area in the backside of the planetarium is beautiful this exhibition doesn' t worth a penny. It' s very small and offers nothing really. The movie about the dinosaurs could have helped if...  more »
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  • Very small exhibit. Got there near opening and got a ticket for an Imax movie for an hour later. Went through all the exhibits in 20 min and didn't wait for the movie. Also free with the Copenhagen card, which I recommend. I would definitely not pay to go in.
  • Exhibition is small and mediocre. Lots of things were not working, so kinda disappointing. The movie was good, the huge screen is awesome but then the 3D wasn't impressive at all.
  • For me the most disappointing experience in Copenhagen. The exhibition is very small and aimed at young children. Thank goodness I used my Copenhagen Card and didn't have to pay the 144DKK entrance fee.
  • Very special and good cinema. It has a big round screen unlike most cinemas. Besides that it has an accessible entrance and accessible toilets.
  • Quite an interesting place. Watched the whale documentary in the 3d dome. Very nice experience!