The Island Planetarium provides a fun and immersive space learning experience through full 360 videos projected onto the in house dome as well as astronomer led talks and night sky sightseeing.
The planetarium is planned to re-open for February Half term 2023 - For the most up to date information please see their website.
Adults £6, Children £4, website: www.islandastronomy.co.uk
Immersive films are projected above your head onto a 360 dome.
Replica Astronaut suspended from the Gift shop ceiling.
Models on Display
Selection of space exploration models in the Exhibition.
Inside the Exhibition
Learn more about space and space exploration in the Exhibition.
Robert Hooke Exhibition.
Robert Hooke, one of the most important scientists of the 17th century, was born on the Isle of Wight. Find out more about his life and discoveries in the Robert Hooke Exhibition.
There is a circular walk that takes in areas of Hookes life and has Information plaques at checkpoints to learn more about the man and his life, one of these is outside the Planetarium. Find out More on the Robert Hooke Society website.