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Planetarium: Space Park 360 Geodesium

Kika Silva Pla Planetarium 3000 NW 83 Street Building X-129 Kika Silva Pla Planetarium, Gainesville

SpacePark360: Geodesium Edition is an immersive entertainment show for fulldome theaters — an amusement park with its rides placed throughout the solar system. It’s an educational amusement park experience of astronomical proportions! If you’re a theme park ride aficionado, you may…

Brew at the Zoo

SF Teaching Zoo 3000 NW 83rd St, Gainesville
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Planetarium: Music 360 – “Gustav Holst’s ‘The Planets'”

Kika Silva Pla Planetarium 3000 NW 83 Street Building X-129 Kika Silva Pla Planetarium, Gainesville

Join us for an immersive journey of sight and sound as you experience the majesty of Gustav Holst’s orchestral suite “The Planets”, while visiting the planets of our Solar System. Gustav Holst wrote “The Planets” between 1914 and 1916 and…

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Planetarium: We Are Stars

Kika Silva Pla Planetarium 3000 NW 83 Street Building X-129 Kika Silva Pla Planetarium, Gainesville

What are we made of? Where did it all come from? Explore the secrets of our cosmic chemistry and our explosive origins. Connect life on Earth to the evolution of the Universe by following the formation of Hydrogen atoms to…

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Planetarium – Music 360: Horizons of the Future

Kika Silva Pla Planetarium 3000 NW 83 Street Building X-129 Kika Silva Pla Planetarium, Gainesville

Horizons of the Future is a fantastic journey into possibility! This comfortable, elevating fulldome work winds through endless immersive landscapes and constantly evolving scenery accompanied by downtempo (pulsing, relaxing and ambient) music. This gentle immersive journey accompanies viewers into a state of timeless…

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Planetarium: Music 360 – Led Zeppelin

Kika Silva Pla Planetarium 3000 NW 83 Street Building X-129 Kika Silva Pla Planetarium, Gainesville

Even after 35 years of laser shows, “Led Zeppelin” remains one of the most popular music shows ever performed in planetariums, neck and neck with “Pink Floyd.” Now see what Clark Planetarium Productions has done with it for the fulldome…