Frequently asked questions
FAQ - Planetarium
Are strollers allowed in the Planetarium theaters?
For safety reasons in the event of an evacuation, strollers are not allowed in any of our theaters, with the exception of the Théâtre du Chaos for the Bébé Symphonique show. However, baby carriers are permitted at all times.
What does admission to the Planétarium include?
Your ticket to the Planétarium allows you to attend one of our double show programs on the same day. It also gives you access to current exhibitions.
See the complete show schedule.
Are the Planétarium and its theatres wheelchair-accessible?
Yes, the entire building is wheelchair-accessible. Both theatres have designated areas for wheelchairs.
Does the Planétarium have a free section?
Yes, it is possible to visit the exhibitions for free during regular opening hours. It includes various interactive kiosks, multimedia games and projections in addition of temporary exhibitions.
Are the Planétarium's shows appropriate for children?
The shows are designed for people 7 years of age and older. The Montréal Space for Life does not recommend bringing younger children (0 to 6 years old) as the shows can be very upsetting for a young audience due to the sound level and special effects (“vertigo” effect, storm, etc.).
Please note that, out of respect for the other visitors, anyone who cannot remain quiet during the show will be asked to leave the theatre without refund.