The planetarium in Cape Town city is an incredible place for both children and adults to learn more about the amazing potential of the universe. It is an amazing space with hundreds of things to do and see, and is a great educational venue for people of all ages. Admission is relatively cheap and as it is located in the city centre, there is plenty of other places to visit that are extremely close to it.
For directions or a map to the planetarium in Cape Town city all you need to do is visit the website online. This useful site also provides a list of shows and educational tours that are taking place at different times of the year. Often the planetarium has evening shows where the various galaxies and constellations that are visible in the Southern Hemisphere are mapped and explained in a way that is easily accessible for the general public. Each member of the audience is provided with a helpful star map that allows them to take what they have learned home with them. For a very small admission fee, you really do gain a huge wealth of information.
If you are in the City Bowl area and are looking for things to do whilst waiting for a show at the Planetarium you will not be disappointed. The city centre houses some incredible museums and is very close to Table Mountain. A walk up and down the mountain only takes about 4 hours, and you can always take the cable car if you don’t fancy the hike. The Steve Biko museum and Parliament are also within walking distance of the planetarium. It is fairly easy to get a map and directions from any tour agency and it is really easy to find the planetarium in Cape Town city.