Planetarium Suedtirol
Planetarium Suedtirol

Planetarium South Tyrol

Together with the Observatory Max Valier, the Planetarium in San Valentino in Campo forms the First European Star Village.

The entire universe you can find in the small village of San Valentino in Campo, a district of the municipality of Cornedo all'Isarco. Here the Planetarium South Tyrol - "Planetarium Südtirol" in German, "Planetario Alto Adige" in Italian - was opened in 2013. It simulates the cosmos and offers a true-to-life view on the secrets of the sky and the universe from comfortable armchairs, regardless of the weather. In the following years, it was managed by the municipality of Cornedo in consultation with the Province of South Tyrol, but in December 2020 it was put under the management of the Provincial Museums - specifically the South Tyrol Museum of Nature.

Various films, also with focus on children, tell of gravity and expeditions into space, of the earth and of distant worlds. The planetarium, equipped with the latest technology, is entirely dedicated to astronomy and science. Furthermore it represents a popular and instructive destination for school classes, offering workshops on Comet Kitchen, Cloud Chamber and Chemical Rocket.

On the sunny high plateau of San Valentino in Campo, just above the planetarium, the Max Valier Observatory is located. Astronomitaly has already described the sky above San Valentino in Campo, far away from the many light sources, as the "most beautiful night sky". Together with the Solar Observatory and the Planetary Trail, San Valentino in Campo has been named the First European Star Village. And how to reach the Planetarium South Tyrol? The facility has a large car park and an adjacent bus stop (line 182 from Bolzano).

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Opening times

  • Sat 03 Dec closed
  • Sun 04 Dec 10:30 - 16:00
  • Mon 05 Dec closed
  • Tue 06 Dec closed
  • Wed 07 Dec closed
  • Thu 08 Dec closed
  • Fri 09 Dec closed

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Screenings - winter 2022/23 (11/03/2022 - 04/30/2023)

  • Mon closed
  • Tue closed
  • Wed closed
  • Thu 18:30 - 19:30
  • Fri closed
  • Sat closed
  • Sun 10:30 - 16:00

Special opening 2022 (11/23/2022) 17:00 - 18:00

Immaculate Conception 2022 (12/08/2022) closed

Christmas' Eve 2022 (12/24/2022) closed

Christmas 2022 (12/25/2022) closed

Boxing Day 2022 (12/26/2022) closed

New Year's Eve 2022 (12/31/2022) closed

New Year 2023 (01/01/2023) closed

Epiphany 2023 (01/06/2023) closed

Easter 2023 (04/09/2023) closed

Easter Monday 2023 (04/10/2023) closed

Liberation Day 2023 (04/25/2023) closed

Admission

€ 7.00 adults
€ 5.00 apprentices
€ 5.00 students (up to 26 years)
€ 5.00 children and young people (6-16 years)
€ 5.00 groups (more than 15 people)
€ 5.00 seniors 65+
€ 5.00 people with disabilities

free for children under 6 years
free with the museumobil Card

€ 4.50 school classes and students (only screening)
€ 6.00 school classes and students (screening with workshop)

€ 14.00 family ticket (2 adults with children under 16 years)
€ 7.00 family ticket (1 adult with children under 16 years)

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Screenings for everyone in the cupola (53 seats and space for 2 wheelchairs) on Thursdays and Sundays, on the remaining days for school classes and groups by reservation only.

The Planetarium South Tyrol stays open all year round, closed on public holidays.

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