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Planetarium Jena, Jena
(4.3/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Take a trip to the stars at Planetarium Jena, the oldest continuously operating planetarium in the world. See the movement of stars and planets projected on a 900 sq m (9,689 sq ft) domed ceiling. Learn about the skies with an educational show, entertain kids with a story, or listen to music from bands such as Queen and Pink Floyd with accompanying imagery projected onto the dome. Check the website to learn which shows are playing the day you plan to visit. Reservations can be made 24 hours before the show begins. Put Planetarium Jena into our Jena vacation generator to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Jena.
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  • discovery of space and small stars flat if you don't speak German it might be difficult to stay awake
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  • The Planetarium is also architecturally interesting. End of 1924 visited around 80 000 people the first demonstrations. It is for young and old to look a great experience in the space.
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  • Always a great experience at the Planetarium. The program changes, is demanding and very family / partly child-friendly.
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  • Great place to have a wedding apparently.
  • The realistic star images were only nice. The idea itself can one quickly evil be it reminds something in 3d cinemas. Seats were actually quite comfortable. But the air reminiscent of a tropical House, air conditioning inside heard urgently. Was really dizzy after us, never again.
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  • One of the oldest planetariums of in Germany here in Jena, a town that don't miss out on something of course, due to its optical industry ("Carl Zeiss") can and should be.
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  • Those who are interested in our galaxy with 20 billion stars, or for our space with 200 billion galaxies, is right in here.
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  • You should have seen at least an idea in this Planetarium, I would recommend especially the astronomically interested people.
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