The Nehru Planetarium, commissioned on 3rd March 1977, with the objective of fostering scientific temper through the means of edutainment (that’s right! education + entertainment). The planetarium has been making learning Astronomy a pleasant experience. It also has grown into a Center for the scientific study of astronomy and for a meeting of scientists and scholars for discussions and lectures, arranged periodically on various stellar and Astronomical events.
The programmes are aimed at inspiring students. These include Science quiz contests, Astro-painting, Science elocution, Astro-poetry and Astro-quiz competitions. Special arrangements are made to watch, study and photograph Solar & Lunar eclipses, and many such other events. Telescopes are installed outside the Planetarium to enable eager visitors to watch these phenomena.
Information about upcoming events, public lectures etc can be found below on the calendar for more information about outreach and other activities click here.
To book show online Click here
In case of any queries regarding the booking please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (022) 2492 0510
SHOW CAN BE CHANGE WITHOUT ANY PRIOR NOTICE
|12:00 nn||Hindi||सूर्य के रहस्य और कहानी ब्रम्हाण्ड की|
|01:30 pm||Marathi||सूर्याचे रहस्य आणि गोष्ट ब्रम्हाण्डाची|
|03:00 pm||English||Secrets of the Sun & Biography of the Universe|
|04:30 pm||Hindi||सूर्य के रहस्य और कहानी ब्रम्हाण्ड की|
*Please note that Show may change without any prior notice *
Schools and group concessions will be granted only on submission of a letter from the competent authority on the letter-head of the institution. And Payment by cash or DD in favor of Nehru Centre, Mumbai.
11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
(Tickets can be booked a week in advance at booking window)
Admission 15 minutes before the show.
No Admission after the show is on.
Seating capacity : 500
Dear Visitors: Please book your ticket for planetarium shows at least a day in advance to avoid inconvenience during festivals and school vacations.
Planetarium is closed on all Mondays and on following major festivals.
|Holi||02 March 2018||Friday|
|Ganesh Chaturthi||13 September 2018||Thursday|
|Anant Chaturdashi||23 September 2018||Sunday|
|Dasera||18 October, 2018||Thursday|
|Diwali (Laxmi pooja)||07 November 2018||Wednesday|
|Diwali (Bhaubeej)||09 November 2018||Friday|