Kingman Museum is proud to feature 20 different shows in our Digistar 4 Planetarium. Shows rotate on a monthly basis and average between 20 and 40 minutes in length with an additional night sky star talk, exploring seasonal constellations you can find in your own backyard. Tickets $2 per person. (Museum & ASTC members, Blue Star families FREE)

Call us for private group rates!


Open to the public SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS
Planetarium shows & star talks: 11:15, 12:15, 1:15, 2:15, 3:15 (times subject to change)

Now playing in November: Cosmic Safari

Coming Up!
December: Mystery of the Christmas Star
January & February: Ice Worlds

Kingman Museum is an official NASA Space Place location. Visit our planetarium for current information and fun activities for all ages.

NASA’s award-winning Space Place website engages upper-elementary-aged children in space and Earth science through interactive games, hands-on activities, fun articles, and short videos. With material in both English and Spanish and numerous resources for parents and teachers, Space Place has something for everyone. Visit to join the fun!



Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity: 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. Audiences will be dazzled with striking, immersive animations of the formation of the early universe, star birth and death, the collision of giant galaxies, and a simulated flight to a super massive black hole lurking at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. 24 minutes


Cosmic Safari: The search for life in the universe begins as we travel to yet undiscovered planets in the far reaches of space. In differing environmental conditions, you’ll discover what living creatures might look like on worlds very different from our own. Cosmic Safari transforms scientific theory into exotic worlds filled with fantastic creatures never before imagined. 21 minutes

DarkStar Adventure: After spending three years at her father’s astronomy research station on a dying planet, Subrah, a teenager bored with science, is excited about leaving-and not a moment too soon. The planet’s sun is about to explode and it’s time to evacuate. When a technical glitch launches her father into space without her, Subrah is faced with the biggest challenge of her life-making her own getaway and returning safely home. Animation, 28 minutes

Force 5: Experience nature’s fury as all of her powerful forces are unleashed. You’ll be thrown into the sea to ride out a massive hurricane, swept into the massive funnel cloud of a violent tornado, and launched into the heart of a gigantic solar flare. You’ll learn how these phenomena develop over time and how they can turn into cataclysmic events when the forces of nature converge. 21 minutes


The Future is Wild: Based on a television series that premiered on Discovery’s Animal Planet, The Future is Wild offers a glimpse at what might be the future of the animal kingdom on planet Earth. An international team of researchers has been looking into how animals and plants will evolve over the next 5 to 200 million years. A team of over 100 animators and scholars has transformed their ideas into creatures that fly, walk, and swim. Experience a future fantastic, based on real science. Telly Award winner. Narrated by John de Lancie. 20 minutes

Ice Worlds: The delicate balance between ice, water, and the existence of life has been a topic of scientific inquiry for generations. In travels to the Arctic and Antarctic regions of our planet, we’ll examine the ecosystems that exist and learn how their survival is connected with our own. Beyond Earth, we’ll see how the existence of ice shapes the landscape and the natural systems on other planets an moons in our solar system. 25 minutes


Invaders of Mars!: Under the care of Emmy award winning space artist, Don Davis, this beautifully crafted show highlights our ongoing exploration of Mars. We explore the Martian surface as seen by Earth’s various spacecraft “invaders” and use the data gathered to explore the red planet as only CGI can. We emerge with a new perspective on the red planet Mars. Narrated by Tom Baker. 25 minutes

Lamps of Atlantis: Our search for the lost continent of Atlantis takes us on a journey through the astronomical knowledge and understanding of the ancient Greeks. How did the constellations get their names? What different patterns did ancient cultures see in the sky? Was Atlantis a real place? Did it really sink into the sea? We will uncover clues to help us solve this age-old mystery. Narrated by Terry O’Quinn, John Locke from TV’s LOST. 40 minutes

Mystery of the Christmas Star: Journey back over 2000 years to Bethlehem as we seek to discover a scientific explanation for the star the wise men followed to find the baby Jesus. This modern retelling of the Christmas Story is sure to charm and captivate audiences of all ages. 31 minutes

New Horizons: From breathtaking landscapes, to violent volcanic eruptions, to Saturn’s icy rings, you will be transported on a majestic journey through the planets and moons of our celestial neighborhood. Our journey begins as we follow a comet through interplanetary space. On each of our exotic ports of call, real data and images from modern space probes are transformed into stunning wrap-around visualizations. 23 minutes

Oasis in Space: Embark on a startling and beautiful voyage through our universe, galaxy and solar system in search of water-a key ingredient for life on Earth. With a proven, audience-tested story , and a 95% viewer approval rating, Oasis in Space offers a new perspective on a substance of obvious importance to our planet. 24 minutes

Secrets of the Sun: An intimate look at the role the sun plays in the life of our solar system. From the nuclear forces churning at the heart of the sun to the mass ejections of solar material into surrounding space, we experience the power of the sun and its impact on the planets and ultimately life on Earth. 21 minutes

Seven Wonders: Turn back the pages of time and witness the ancient wonders of the world as they appeared thousands of years ago. Explore the great pyramid, stand in the shadow of the towering Colossus and experience the rest of the world’s Seven Wonders. We will then get a glimpse of some of the universe’s greatest wonders. 33 minutes

Stars of the Pharaohs: Travel to ancient Egypt to see how science was used to tell time, make a workable calendar, and align huge buildings. You’ll learn about the connection the ancient Egyptians felt with the stars and various astronomical phenomena, and experience some of the most spectacular temples and tombs of the ancient world recreated in all of their original splendor. 36 minutes

Two Small Pieces of Glass: The Amazing Telescope: While attending a local star party, two teenage students learn how the telescope has helped us understand our place in space and how telescopes continue to expand our understanding of the universe. Their conversation with a local female astronomer enlightens them on the history of the telescope and the discoveries these wonderful tools have made. The students see how telescopes work and how the largest observatories in the world use these instruments to explore the mysteries of the universe. 23 minutes

Universe: An historical look at how we have envisioned the universe though the ages. We visit some of the ancient sites where our ancestors erected great structures with special astronomical significance. Finally we look at the universe through the eyes of today’s scientists and space explorers to experience a spectacular overview of the heavens. Telly award finalist. 23 minutes


Violent Universe: The beauty of a starlit sky conceals the violent forces at work within our universe. From the upheaval of a giant star that explodes to release its material into space, to a future encounter between the Earth and a large asteroid that is too close for comfort, we will witness the forces that hold the universe together and occasionally try to rip it apart. 25 minutes

Wonders of the Universe: Peer deep into space through the eyes of the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope and travel back billions of years in time to witness the birth of the universe. As your travels continue, you’ll fly deep into our own Milky Way galaxy and return home to Earth on a spectacular tour through the solar system. 23 minutes


Zula Patrol: Under the Weather: The stalwart heroes of the Zula Patrol are on an expedition collecting samples of weather for scientist Multo’s research-using their loyal pet Gorga’s ability to collect and bottle all kinds of weather. But when the Zula gang inadvertently hurts Gorga’s feelings, he decides to leave Zula and find another planet to live on. Interplanetary vilian Dark Truder takes advantage of the situation to trick Gorga into helping him steal the weather from other planets. The Zula Patrol find out and go after him, in the process learning all about the weather, both terrestrial and interplanetary.   Animation, 24 minutes


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Planetarium shows $2 per person

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