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Suitable for children starting from 9 years old and above

The ancient Egyptians gave us the 24-hour day and the 365-day year, but they did not try like the ancient Greeks to explain in scientific terms how the sun, the planets and the stars moved, or even where they were. For them, the heavens were the realm of the gods. The sky embodied the balance between order and chaos, between death and rebirth. The god kings lived on Earth and then journeyed to the heavens to reign forever with the imperishable stars. The Pharaohs imagined that they could travel to the stars. Now five thousand years later, we’ve embarked on the first steps of a journey which may make that dream come true.

Great Barrier Reef

42 Minutes
Suitable for children starting from 12 years old and above An Epic Adventure into a Vibrant, Living World

An Enlightened Mind sheds light on the famous Arab scientist Al-Hasan ibn al-Haytham and his significant contributions to the field of optics, which led to the establishment of telescopes later on. The show focuses on Ibn al-Haytham’s life in Egypt during the reign of Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah. It was during that time that Ibn al-Haytham gained much fame as he produced imperative ideas and theories on vision, and the composition of images inside the human mind. These theories led to the industry of cameras and the development of photography techniques later on. The show combines documentary information and drama, which is a new trend in the planetarium shows. Suitable for children starting from 4 years old and above

Hidden in the vast oceans of our planet, there where the depths of the seas guard their fascinating secrets: One of the most precious is Kaluoka'hina, a tropical coral reef, an enchantment lies over this peaceful place: mankind cannot find it. The reef's colorful inhabitants have thus always lived in paradisiacal peace, until a volcanic catastrophe breaks the spell Suitable for children starting from 4 years old and above

Galileo’s telescopic observations began a revolution, transforming our views of the cosmos and our place within. It is a revolution which, four hundred years later, continues. Today you can attend star parties where amateur astronomers set up their telescopes for public viewing. Views through such telescopes would have amazed Galileo. Two Small Pieces of Glass puts you in the middle of a modern star party. Discover the wonders that even a small amateur telescope can reveal; and learn about the scientists that made such views possible. Suitable for children starting from 6 years old and above

Looking into the future has long been part of humankind's adventure. 50 years from now, will the world be so different from today? Humans will probably walk on the planet Mars. We may have found a form of life on one of Jupiter’s satellites. But what will have changed here on Earth? Join us in the «Future by Airbus» show, to have a glimpse on the future. Suitable for children starting from 6 years old and above

Ever wondered about the Seven Wonders?! What were they? How did they come to be? More importantly, why were they, and why do they remain, wonders? No matter how wondrous they were, except for the Great Pyramid, none of the ancient Seven Wonders remain to the day. It is no wonder then that we turn our eyes from Earth to the skies where the wonders are everlasting… But the greatest wonder of all may be this tiny blue planet where we start our journey. This planet that may indeed be unique in all the universe, for it is the only place in this vast cosmos where we know life exists… Life that can ponder the mysteries and wonders of our planet and the universe beyond. Suitable for children starting from 6 years old and above

Suitable for children starting from 6 years old and above

The Secret of Gravity

45 Minutes
Suitable for children starting from 9 years old and above

The Future by Airbus

27 Minutes
Suitable for children starting from 6 years old and above

An Enlightened Mind

22 Minutes
An Enlightened Mind sheds light on the famous Arab scientist Al-Hasan ibn al-Haytham and his significant contributions to the field of optics, which led to the establishment of telescopes later on. The show focuses on Ibn al-Haytham’s life in Egypt during the reign of Al-Hakim bi-Amr Allah. It was during that time that Ibn al-Haytham gained much fame as he produced imperative ideas and theories on vision, and the composition of images inside the human mind. These theories led to the industry of cameras and the development of photography techniques later on. The show combines documentary information and drama, which is a new trend in the planetarium shows. Suitable for children starting from 4 years old and above

The Mission

25 Minutes
The show tackles the controversy among astronomers concerning whether to classify Pluto as a planet or not. The show has been designed specifically for children to illustrate the idea and present the scientists’ views about this scientific issue. Suitable for children starting from 4 years old and above

To Space and Back

25 Minutes

The show revolves around the similarities between the message of the Ancient Library of Alexandria and the New Library, in addition to their joint role in spreading knowledge, initiating dialogue, and fostering excellence in the different academic fields. It focuses specifically on astronomy, shedding light on the great role played by the Ancient Library and its astronomers in the development of astronomy; such as: Hipparchus, Ptolemy, Eratosthenes, Apollonius, and Hypatia, among others.

Hidden in the vast oceans of our planet, there where the depths of the seas guard their fascinating secrets: One of the most precious is Kaluoka'hina, a tropical coral reef, an enchantment lies over this peaceful place: mankind cannot find it. The reef's colorful inhabitants have thus always lived in paradisiacal peace, until a volcanic catastrophe breaks the spell... Suitable for children starting from 4 years old and above

Universe

20 Minutes
Ancient civilizations perceived havens as a mystical place where superpower rules over the seas and earth. A time where they ever speak with fantastic and terrifying science of the sky. By late 20th century human knowledge of the Universe started to expand with scientific progress and new discoveries.

The Life of Trees

33 Minutes
In “The Life of Trees" a cheeky ladybug called Dolly, and a quirky firefly called Mike, take the audience on an adventurous journey of exploration into the wondrous world of trees. Taking the perspective of insects, the fulldome film reveals the magic of the microcosm.
 
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The Zula Patrol

23 Minutes
The Zula Patrol is designed to entertain while promoting an understanding of science and astronomy by engaging character-driven stories, which focus on specific educational science learning objectives.

Stars of the Pharaohs

35 Minutes
The ancient Egyptians gave us the 24-hour day and the 365-day year, but they did not try like the ancient Greeks to explain in scientific terms how the sun, the planets and the stars moved, or even where they were. For them, the heavens were the realm of the gods. The sky embodied the balance between order and chaos, between death and rebirth. The god kings lived on Earth and then journeyed to the heavens to reign forever with the imperishable stars. The Pharaohs imagined that they could travel to the stars. Now five thousand years later, we’ve embarked on the first steps of a journey which may make that dream come true.

Seven Wonders

30 Minutes
Ever wondered about the Seven Wonders?! What were they? How did they come to be? More importantly, why were they, and why do they remain, wonders? No matter how wondrous they were, except for the Great Pyramid, none of the ancient Seven Wonders remain to the day. It is no wonder then that we turn our eyes from Earth to the skies where the wonders are everlasting… But the greatest wonder of all may be this tiny blue planet where we start our journey. This planet that may indeed be unique in all the universe, for it is the only place in this vast cosmos where we know life exists… Life that can ponder the mysteries and wonders of our planet and the universe beyond.

Oasis in Space

25 Minutes
Water exists on many of these worlds, but only on Earth did it become the major component of evolving life. But the Sun is just an average star; small, stable, like billions of other stars in the Milky Way galaxy. And our galaxy itself is typical of billions of galaxies in the known universe, each in turn, home to untold billions of stars. How many other "water planets" orbit just the right distance from their own "average" stars? The search for life goes on. We listen for a faint echo from some far-off civilization for a signal from an alien world … for signs of another … Oasis in Space.

Stars Show

45 Minutes
If you want to learn a bit about our amazing cosmos, come visit the Planetarium and have a closer look at the sky, with an accomplished astronomer to guide you through a one-night journey of the universe in just 45 minutes.

Mystery of the Nile

45 Minutes
Mystery of the Nile captures the epic story of the team that became the first ever to navigate the waters of the Blue Nile from source to sea. The film features an international squad of adventurers, each with a personal mission.

Cosmic Voyage

35 Minutes
What is our place in the Universe? We are all travelers … on an unending voyage of discovery! This breathtaking show takes us on a voyage from the center of Venice to the outer limits of the visible universe, beyond which we cannot see and do not know. The voyage continues into the realm of the very small where each new step reveals a world ten times smaller in diameter than the last.
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