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Simply embarassing: the same technology and seats of 30 years ago. Paying for VR is more value than buy a ticket at the Planetario. A shame. The calendar and events is truly interesting and events are lead by serious professionals. It is a matter of...More
The planetariim is in Guardini Publicci, close to porta Venezia. Easily accesible sadly we were passing through the area around 9am so we did not even try to get in. There is a statue of the astronomer Roger Boschovich worth visiting.
This place is quite easy to find since it's adjacent to Porta Venezia, at the end of Giardini pubblici. From outside it looks like a quite interesting place, but because it was to crowded with children (probably some school trips) we decided to skip it....More
It was ok, it is all in Italian with no translation, (which wouldn't normally be a problem as usually the visuals speak for themselves) however, it is more of a lecture and if you have no astronomical knowledge then it would be difficult to keep...More
First, this place worths a visit just for the environment and architecture: the planetary was established in 1930 and has original wood chairs. Second, the planetary hosts a lot of events for families and kids: we are attending this club of young astronomers and we...More
For a few hours a day from 4:30, this quaint little planetarium opens its doors to locals, italian speakers or just avid stargazers who will not let a small issue such as not understanding italian get in the way. For €5 per person, an astrophysicist...More
Great representation in italian language, you shoud ask for an english show.
The show was very detaliated but anyone can understand it.
No reservations required.
No gift shop.
Closed to the metro station and touristic hip hop busses.
The astronomic observatory is in a different...More
Saturday 8th April 21h. A great journey in the mysteries of our Universe at the Planetarium in Milan. The idea of combining a very well-explained and pleasant educational and popular talk to live music is excellent (and by the way Angelo Albani and Damiano Marino...More
Went to the park and natural history museum so planned to visit this planetarium too. Unfortunately closed when we went,only a film show on in the evening. Disappointing, thought it was somewhere to visit
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