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Mallorca Planetarium, Costitx

(4.6/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • Had the family very well. We were three adults and two children of 5 and 2 years, and until the more small was attentive. Us attended of wonder, and the visit to the planetary was super interesting and beautiful, and while was cloudy, got that could see the moon with the telescopes. No doubt we will repeat many times more. Congratulations to all those who attended us and explained to us so patiently.
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  • It is one of the best observatories in the world and over it is private and does not receive subsidies. What a pity! With the de asterioides have been discovered. All those who work there are volunteers and almost everyone with a smile and eager to dispel any doubt to you. The first time that went makes 20 years and when go out of there still leaving with the same smile and illusion by the visit. The astronomy is a wonder to enjoy it.
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  • We had an English tour, with just 12 others, 5 of them kids, the staff member spoke excellent English and made a real effort to explain everything to the kids and get them involved. He also did the en...  more »
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  • I was in the special event that they organized the night of the 11th to see the Perseidas or Lágrimas of San Lorenzo. And I thought it was magical. The guide was very pleasant, an explanation very clear and fun space during the half-hour that lasted. Then free time for lying on the Esplanade to see the sky... There is a cafe where you can buy something to drink to welcome you to the evening. We saw dozens of them in less than an hour. Spectacular. The site is in a prime location, lost everything. Totally recommended.
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  • The address listed in Google is incorrect. The Observatory is in Camí de l observatori s/n Costitx
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  • google map data are fake installations are not in Julia Alvarez 11 are in Costitx for more than 25 years. Was requested to the responsables(responsable govern y otras entidades)
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  • Despite what stated in google maps, the ATO is not closed. They continue organizing activities and follows its path with the maximum normality possible. A wonderful place, with excellent monitors. Recommended 100%.
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  • A great place where to enjoy astronomy with real amateur and semi-professional with a fantastic knowledge. The visit includes 45 minutes of planetarium viewing film evolution where you learn a lot of thing, exposure of meteorites fixed largest in Spain and if the weather is good you can see planets, stars or galaxies through one of its telescopes. This Planetarium and observation Center is also special because it has detected several dangerous stars due to its proximity to the Earth's orbit, thousands of asteroids and millions of tracks.
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