The Adler Planetarium

The Adler Planetarium is a stunning structure both inside and out. The dark granite walls make it stand apart from other buildings in its class-even those with stone exteriors can’t compare.

The first thing you’ll notice about the Adler Planetarium is its dome. It’s a whopping 69 feet across, and it’s an architectural wonder.

Once you sit down for a film or projection at the Adler Planetarium, your experience will be so larger-than-life that it feels as if you are careening through space on board an actual shuttle.

Being a true space enthusiast, I had to visit the Adler Planetarium. There are unique exhibits there that will blow your mind. They have everything from meteoric rocks to old NASA capsules for you to enjoy or learn more about in the warmer months when it’s not too cold outside, which actually makes sense because this place would be really chilly without heating systems running all day long.

The Adler Planetarium is a great spot to go if you want an evening with friends, family, or just by yourself. You can enjoy their special events that include stargazing and celestial viewing.

The Adler Planetarium is a great place to find out about their ongoing projects as well. They’re an active research and observation station, with programs for kids of all ages, couples who want educational things done right there in front of their eyes (and nose), and families looking at stars together under one roof—it doesn’t get much more family-friendly than this.

Situated at 1300 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL 60605, United States, Adler Planetarium offers a virtual field trip experience that’s more than just online video chats. This is for those who live too far away to bus their middle school group or who prefer an activity-based learning tool. The site features 3D graphics and audio tours, so you can learn all about space without ever leaving your home (or office). It’s great for kids of any age–even adults looking to get inspired again after seeing what they’re capable of when paired with modern technology.

Think of the Adler Planetarium as your own personal space station. Your 5th–8th-grade students will travel to this historic building on Chicago’s lakeshore, experience three dimensions, and discover how they are connected with each other in ways no video chat could ever replicate. You’ll have everything that educators do at this facility all to yourself—including attention from their teachers, who want nothing more than to guide you through an unforgettable learning journey filled with exploration.

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