Armagh Planetarium is different from any other tourist attraction in Northern Ireland. If you are interested in astronomy and learning about space, stars, and our solar system then this space museum is a must see.
Admission to the Planetarium is free and if you decide to visit, it is worth paying a small fee to see a show at the digital theatre. You can find more information about show times byIt is like no other theatre, and you will be guaranteed an unforgettable experience.
At Armagh Planetarium you will also be able to touch the largest meteorite that's on display in Ireland, which is billions of years old.
While you are here it is also worth checking outand have a walk thorugh the outdoor Astropark. There you will see displays such as a full scale model of the solar system and the 'hypercube'.
|Adults||£6 per show|
|Child (Under 16 years)||£5 per show|
|Concessions||£5 per show|
|Discounted Family Ticket (Maximum of 2 adults & 3 children)||£20 per show|
|Free admission, but remember to pre-book|
|Group Rates (minimum of 20 people)|
|Adults||£5 per show|
|Senior Citizens||£5 per person|
|Summer Schemes||£5 per child|
|School Booking Prices|
|Pupils||£5 per child|
|Monday to Saturday||10:00 to 17:00|