Since 1959, seven nations have sent over 50 spacecraft to the Moon including 6 people who stepped onto another world. What will it take to get us to Mars? Learn about the challenges associated with going to Mars and how we can use what we learned from over 50 years of lunar exploration to get us there. Enjoy indoor stargazing with a tour of the local night sky free of light pollution followed by the opportunity to ask questions of astronomer Jean Creighton.
Check out Dr. Jean Creighton’s article about 5 of the most influential technologies that we use here on Earth as a result of the Moon landing!
Buying tickets online is strongly recommended. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. If a show has not sold out, you may buy tickets with cash or credit card in the lobby outside of the Planetarium starting 30 minutes before the show begins.
Doors close 5 minutes after the show begins. No late admissions. If you purchase tickets online, plan to arrive at least 10 minutes before the show starts to check in at the ticket table with your last name. No-shows risk having their seats sold at the program start time.
We are located in the Physics Building at 1900 E Kenwood Blvd on the UW-Milwaukee campus. See Directions and Parking for more information.
Please note that planetarium shows require complete darkness and are not intended for children under 4.