Admission & Fees

Tickets go on sale at the door for each show starting 30 minutes prior to show time. Click here to purchase tickets in advance online; seating within the planetarium are on a first come, first served basis. We also accept debit/credit cards in addition to cash as forms of payment!


Regular Shows Music 360 Shows*
Adults (ages 13 - 59) $5.00 All tickets $10.00
Seniors (ages 60+). $4.00 (No SF College ID Exceptions)
Children (ages 4 - 12) $4.00
Children (ages 0-3) Free
With UF Gator-1 ID Card $4.00
With SF College ID Card Free *Sounds of the Underground, U2, Rock on Demand: Volumes 1 & 2, Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd: The Wall and Led Zeppelin

Please note that no one may enter or re-enter the Planetarium during a presentation.


News

Star Gazers – Episodes for June and July 2015
Dean Regas (Cincinnati Observatory) and James C. Albury (Kika Silva Pla Planetarium, Santa Fe College), co-hosts of the PBS TV series Star Gazers

Dean Regas (Cincinnati Observatory) and James C. Albury (Kika Silva Pla Planetarium, Santa Fe College), co-hosts of the PBS TV series Star Gazers

James C. Albury, planetarium coordinator at Santa Fe College’s Kika Silva Pla Planetarium, is the co-host of the PBS television series, “Star Gazers.” This program is the world’s only weekly television series devoted to naked-eye astronomy. Each weekly episode features selected objects in the sky for naked-eye viewing during the upcoming week.

The following are the 5-minute episodes airing during the months of:

June 2015:

  1. “Venus and the Super Duper Jupiter Conjunction” – (June 1-7, 2015)
  2. “Day Star Day” – (June 8-14, 2015)
  3. “What a Line Up!” – (June 15-21, 2015)
  4. “The Evening Star Meets the King of the Planets” – (June 22-28, 2015)
  5. “Independence Day Constellation Fest” – (June 29 – July 5, 2015)

July 2015:

  1. It’s Zubenelgenubi And Zubeneschamali Time!” – (July 6-12, 2015)
  2. Along The Milky Way” – (July 13-19, 2015)
  3. Measuring the Cosmos” – (July 20-26, 2015)
  4. Plan Now For the Perseid Meteor Shower“ – (July 27 – August 2, 2015)

 



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