March Public Shows
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.
The Aurora: The Mysterious Light will treat you and your family to spectacular, time-lapse imagery of actual auroras, displayed across the planetarium dome. Learn how and why these mysterious ribbons of light form near the North and South Poles.
Saturdays at 10 a.m.
In Larry Cat in Space, a cat follows his owner on a trip to the Moon. You and your family will join Larry Cat as he learns about space travel and how people could live on the Moon.
Saturdays at 2 p.m.
Narrated by Tim Allen, Back to the Moon for Good explores our nearest neighbor in space and past lunar missions. Learn about Google's Lunar XPRIZE competition, and the teams hoping bring humanity back to the Moon.
Doors open 15 minutes before the scheduled showtime. Due to the unusual lighting conditions in the planetarium, no one is allowed to enter once the show has started. Please come early.
Our planetarium has forty-two, theater-style seats for a comfortable viewing experience. Its digital, star projector creates an immersive portal on our universe. With it, we will show you, your family or your students more than just the stars. We will travel to the planets, back in time and beneath the ocean's surface.
Located just 20 miles west of New Orleans, Louisiana on US 90, the Planetarium is attached to the West Regional branch of the
St. Charles Parish Library at 105 Lakewood Dr. in Luling.
We proudly offer FREE public shows every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
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