They have a lot going on there
Located in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, at 110 South 400 West, The Clark Planetarium is a fun place to visit for children and adults.
The Clark Planetarium is an interactive museum which offers people the opportunity to take an entertaining look at the universe.
The Hansen Dome Theater has over 200 seats and gives viewers the pleasure of exploring the universe in three dimension without having to use special glasses. The theater's projectors and acoustics are state of the art.
Currently playing at the Hansen Dome Theater is "Birth of the Planet Earth." This teaches about the origins of the Planet Earth.
The ATK IMAX Theater at The Clarke Planetarium showcases Hollywood blockbusters along with informative films.
They are now presenting "Backyard Wilderness" in 3D which shows the wonders of nature and "Blue Whales" also in 3D. Blue whales are the largest animals that ever lived.
There are other films available as well throughout the day.
The price for the films is $5 to $9 for adults general admission and $5 to $7 for children ages 3 to 12.
The planetarium has generated films which have reached around the globe. They have astronomy courses for all ages during the summer months. Events and special programs are scheduled throughout the year.
The Clark Planetarium generally opens each day at 10:30 AM with various closing times from 8:00 PM to 11;00 PM on Friday and Saturday nights.
The family friendly planetarium is a good place for recreation and education for all ages in Salt Lake City. Check out the website for more information.
[Reference website: https://slco.org/clark-planetarium/]