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


Spring 2015: Inspired By Space 
Astronomy discoveries and art often go hand in hand. See through the eyes of pioneers in space exploration - astronomers who have dared to draw what they saw. We’ll look at how art inspires future scientific discovery and how scientific discovery inspires art. With an expert guide and cutting-edge astronomical visuals, the Cosmos 360 series reveals the workings of the Universe from new perspectives.



UPCOMING SHOWS

  • Summer 2015: A Tale of Many Moons
    Debuts June 26

    Starting this June, let us fly you to the Moon – and maybe two or three others. The moons of the Solar System are richly diverse: as fantastic and far-flung as the planets they circle. We’ll take you on a journey to some of the most mysterious, beautiful, and awe-inspiring moons our robotic spacecraft have yet revealed. With an expert guide and cutting-edge astronomical visuals, the Cosmos 360 series reveals the workings of the Universe from new perspectives. A new live presentation debuts in our digital-dome planetarium every three months.

  • Fall 2015: TBD
    Debuts September 25


Science Revealed!


Be dazzled with exciting demonstrations led by one of Chabot’s dynamic science educators. Sudden appearances? Booms and bangs? Miraculous transformations? Enjoy a live and immersive presentation experience as you gain a deeper understanding for the way our world works. No, it's not a magic show - it's science!




Saturday in February & March (1:30 - 2:00pm)
For Showtimes & Tickets,
please visit our calendar and choose your date