Experience something new and discover the size of the universe! At the Munich Planetarium, you can sit back in comfortable seats and immerse yourself in the infinite expanse that surrounds you. The ESO Munich has the largest tilted planetarium dome in the German-speaking world. It's a 360-degree dome with a diameter of 14 metres. The impressive three-dimensional presentations are projected onto it, giving you the feeling of being right in the middle of the action in outer space. In addition to current events in the sky and new astronomical discoveries, you can also watch documentaries about the universe. Selected, child-friendly films will delight the little ones on a family field trip.
The permanent exhibition 'The Living Universe' is not only fascinating but also educational. On an area of 2,200 square metres, you can find out about life in our universe down to the smallest detail. You decide how deeply you want to delve into space. The planetarium also offers 45-minute guided tours of the exhibition, during which an expert astronomer will show you all the highlights. You should definitely take the opportunity to ask questions.
For excursions with children, a guided tour through the building of the European Southern Observatory, which is located right next to the Munich Planetarium and is normally not open to the public, is particularly suitable. Whether you're looking for a relaxing but informative activity for your weekend or something unusual for your team outing, the observatory has a wide range of activities on offer. Admission to the ESO Supernova is free.