Join us for a breathtaking view of the cosmos!
The Taylor Planetarium at Museum of the Rockies joins only a handful of planetariums in the world that offer advanced, Digistar 5 projection technologies. Developed by Evans & Sutherland, this state-of-the-art projection system allows visitors to experience our universe and our world in vivid colors, dramatic motion and brilliant displays of light. Programs change regularly so please check back often to see what’s new at the Taylor Planetarium.
Now playing at the Taylor Planetarium!
Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity
Playing February 28 – April 30
Showtimes: Monday – Friday 11am, 1pm, & 3pm | Saturday – Sunday 1pm, 2pm, & 4pm
Better than the real thing! This cutting-edge production features high-resolution visualizations of cosmic phenomena, working with data generated by computer simulations, to bring the current science of black holes to the dome screen. You will be dazzled with striking, immersive animations of the formation of the early universe, the birth and death of stars, the collision of giant galaxies, and a simulated flight to a super-massive black hole lurking at the center of our own Milky Way Galaxy. Narrated by Liam Neeson.
The Stars of the South
Playing March 7 – May 31
Showtimes: Saturday at 11am and 3pm | Sunday at 3pm
For years we have focused on the stars you can see in your backyard. What if you stepped out in a backyard in Australia or Argentina? We will take a trip south of the Equator and explore the Southern skies: from the Southern Cross to the Magellanic Clouds. An original production of the Taylor Planetarium.
One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure
Showtimes: Saturdays at 10am
Big Bird, Elmo and their friend Hu Hu Zhu, a Muppet from the Chinese production of Sesame Street, travel from Sesame Street to the Moon in this brilliant spectacle of light and color designed for young children. One World, One Sky is a great way to introduce the littlest members of the family to astronomy
Coming soon to the Taylor Planetarium!
Back to the Moon for Good
New show beginning May 23!
Daily showings at 10am, 1 and 4pm
This show chronicles teams around the world competing for the largest incentivized prize in history - the $30 million Google Lunar XPRIZE - by landing a robotic spacecraft on the Moon for the first time in more than 40 years. This global competition is designed to spark imagination and inspire a renewed commitment to space exploration, not by governments or countries - but by the citizens of the world. Who will win the $30 million Google Lunar XPRIZE?
The Little Star That Could
New children's show beginning May 23!
Saturday and Sunday at 12 noon
Join us for a story about an average yellow star on a search for planets of his own to warm and protect. Along his way, he encounters other stars, learns what makes each star special, and discovers that stars can combine to form clusters and galaxies. Eventually, Little Star finds his planets, and each is introduced to audiences along with basic information about the Solar System.
All shows and times are subject to change without notice.