Hours & Directions

MON, TUE: Closed

WED & THU : 10am - 5pm

FRI & SAT : 10am - 10pm

SUN : 10am - 5pm

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Live Shows


Cosmos 360 Original Live Production

Blast off with us weekly in Chabot's original, live planetarium show series, written and produced by our staff Astronomer. An expert guides and entertains you with an engaging tour through stars, planets and galaxies. These live shows reveal the workings of the Universe from new perspectives. A new show launches every three months, so see the new one before it departs at warp speed!

Friday
& Saturday Evenings (6:45pm)
For Showtimes & Tickets,
please visit our calendar and choose your date

NOW SHOWING

  • When Things Collide (September 27 - December 20)
    Movies, mythology, and popular culture paint many pictures of the ways that our world might end. How does science shed light on world-ending planetary disruptions past and future? We'll fly to celestial sites of devastation and disaster, exploring how these events shape our Universe, and could even threaten life on Earth.

UPCOMING SHOWS

  • Winter 2014: Dance Cosmic
    Debuts December 26

    Got restless feet? You're in good company: the Sun, Moon, planets and stars also have those ants in their pants, and can't keep their feet from moving to the beat of their ageless cosmic dance. Come take a spin with us as we two-step, tango, break dance and dosey-doe our way across the solar system! We'll learn a few basic steps of the dance of the planets, whose motions across the sky puzzled and bewildered Earthly onlookers for millennia, and which modern science has mastered to send spacecraft to the farthest planets.


Science Revealed!

Pop! Bang! Ping! Boom! Whoa! That's the sound of live science demos in our theater. Enjoy a 30-minute audience interactive show with aweing demonstrations that showcase the wonders of science. Visitors experience the lessons as we explore scientific theory. It's not magic, it's science... live!




NOW SHOWING

  • ExploSCIve!
    October 11, 18 & 25 (2:15 - 2:45pm)