One of the first planetariums in the world when it opened in 1927, the Mannheim Planetarium was almost completely destroyed during the Second World War and only rebuilt 50 years later on Europaplatz, not far from its original location. Today, a brilliant view of the sky and a modern multimedia "star show await the stargazer.
Young and old visitors gain useful knowledge about stars, nebulae and galaxies. Take a stroll along the Milky Way, get to know the birthplaces of new stars or observe the Magellanic Clouds - the innovative fibre optics from Carl Zeiss Jena.
Dont miss out on a visit to the stars in Mannheim!
For more information about the Planetarium listen to the free tomis AUDIOguide
Day's takings an hour before show
Ticketing by phone:
Tue / Wed / Thur / Fri 8.30am - 12.30pm and 14.00pm - 16.00pm
Wed additionally 17.00pm - 19.00pm
Sat / Sun / Public Holiday 12.30pm - 16.30pm
Wilhelm-Varnholt-Allee 1 (Europaplatz)
Phone: +49 621 415692