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Ibirapuera Planetarium

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Ibirapuera Planetarium

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Gate 10 Av. Pedro Alvares Cabral, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo 04094-050 Brazil
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carolinapreta wrote a review Jan 2018
Odense, Denmark18 contributions4 helpful votes
Tickets are not sold by internet or phone, you need to arrive at least 1 hour before the exhibit starts in order to get a ticket, what is outrageous, considering adults are usually taking kids to the planetarium. Taking this into consideration, they should at least have a playground close, where parents could stay in line while kids play (there's the space). Inside the observatory there way too many broken chairs, about 2 in every row of 6/7 chairs. I've taken my kids (6 and 2 years old) to the 5pm exhibit. The small fell asleep (that was planned) and the bigger one thought it was ok, just ok. What could have been an amazing experience to instigate his curiosity was just an ok event, in my opinion they used too many specific words (without explaining the meaning) in an advanced theme. They should have focused on introducing the subject to younger people.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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Cristinacarneiro wrote a review Oct 2016
Vila Velha, ES161 contributions29 helpful votes
Despite I went with two grown up sons, the story they presented with the lessons about the sky were great! Planning to go with the grandsons.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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paulista1950 wrote a review Jul 2016
Sao Paulo, SP1,999 contributions6 helpful votes
Kudos for the people who work there. They are nice, helpful and inform everything you need to know. Unfortunately that's all what positive there. The sound is awful and it's very hard to understand the narrator says since music is played together with the explanations. Very little information, bellow the basic. Parabéns para as pessoas que trabalham lá . Eles são simpáticas e informam tudo o que você precisa saber. Infelizmente isso é tudo o que há de positivo lá. O som é terrível e é muito difícil de entender o narrador diz já que música é tocada em conjunto com as explicações . Muito pouca informação, abaixo do básico.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Luiz Walther wrote a review May 2016
104 contributions25 helpful votes
This attraction has daily sessions with topics related to the astronomy, and fair prices. Unfortunately, there are only portuguese spoken sessions without subtitles.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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Sergio Carmo wrote a review Feb 2016
Sao Paulo, SP151 contributions28 helpful votes
Today visited the Planetarium with my family (wife and two children). The attraction is free (10am, 12pm; etc.), but the first recommendation is to arrive two hours in advance for pick up the tickets. Another important information is that access is only for 5 years of age. The Planetarium has been renovated and has an excellent projection of the true heaven of São Paulo, we can not see in its fullness, both in the clouds, as the night light of the city itself. The visit is worthwhile, the presentation lasts 40 minutes, but the audio is performed only in Portuguese, without translation into Spanish or English.
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Date of experience: February 2016
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