Here you can read more about the viewings that are current and can be offered in the planetarium.
The planetarium holds shows on the days that Vattenhallen is open to the public. To see a show, you need to buy an entrance ticket to Vattenhallen and a ticket to the show you are interested in. We have no age limit in the planetarium. We recommend that parents assess whether their children are mature enough to sit in the dark and watch the stars during a viewing, that lasts about 40 minutes. All our visitors, regardless of age, need to buy a ticket for a show, as the planetarium takes a limited number of visitors / tour.
During a viewing, we want to preserve the night vision of our visitors. We therefore ask our visitors, to turn off mobile phones and leave any flashing shoes (or similar) outside.
We welcome international guests.
If you are interested in a show in English or some other language, we encourage you to contact our reception to make a request.
Phone: +46 46 222 43 51
Given a small forewarning we can usually add a show in English to the weekend schedule.
A journey behind the scenes of the European Southern Observatory.
A journey from the theories of the ancient Greek astronomers to today’s grandest telescopes.
Explore the moons and minor bodies of our Solar System, together with an astronomer.
Satellites have become essential to our way of life.
Travel back to the beginning of time and experience the birth of the Sun.
Tag along with the teddy bear Ted, and his flower, on an adventure in the Solar system.
Dive into a tropical ocean and see thousands of colorful fish flutter by.
An astronomer from Lund Observatory guides you on your own cosmic journey.
A huge diversity of different worlds is out there, just waiting to be discovered.
Follow a photon on its journey through space.
High-energy astrophysics plays a key role in understanding the Universe.
Have you ever wondered what it is astronomers do?
How far can we reach with current technology?
The Mayans imagined that the beginning and the end of humanity was found among the stars.
Follow the exciting exploration of dark matter.
Listen to stories about scientists, star, stellar clusters, galaxies, and black holes.
It is our nearest star and our planet’s powerhouse.