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Carl-Zeiss-Planetarium, Stuttgart

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  • Carl Zeiss is known throughout the world for the lenses. The Planetarium is easily accessible through public transport .Get down at Neckartor or walk from Schloss platz. The entry fee is 8 Euros and t...  more »
  • I visited this planetarium alone without my colleagues. The real show was for less than an hour. I found the quality of the show was not what I expected it to be. I went into a show which was not for ...  more »
  • The show was for a low price of 5€/students and it was absolutely worth it. Not only was the show realised by excellent instruments, the story told is fascinating, informative and fun too! Highly reco...  more »
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  • Really nice musical show (let it snow). Friendly staff.
  • Unfortunately we didn't realize there are show times and we're not able to see anything.
  • Best planetarium ever, wonderful show !! Must watch
  • Highly interesting and very worth seeing. You must inform in a timely manner on the Internet. In great demand, it can happen that one is no longer allowed. Ask if necessary by telephone!
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  • Very bad information to the program. I should pdf download one on my phone to see it. Sorry everyone makes it on its side to the watch! We get bad information and also criticisms that we us the planetarium probably never will look at. You should as operators but see the bad recessions and times change what to do differently...
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