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H R Macmillan Space Centre

1100 Chestnut Street
Vancouver, BC  V6J 3J9

(604) 738-7827

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August 20, 2013

Multi-media astronomy shows in the Planetarium Star Theatre are enhanced by 20-minute live demonstrations in the GroundStation Canada Theatre that keep you up-to-date on the latest space news. The Cosmic Courtyard ehibit gallery contains a real piece of moon rock you can actually touch, a J-2 Rocket Engine, artifacts and simulations. On Saturday nights you can visit the Gordon MacMillan Southam... more

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3 star rating
June 18, 2012

In the same building as the Museum of Vancouver, the space center and observatory has hands-on displays and exhibits that will delight budding astronomy buffs and their parents (or older space buffs and their children). Displays are highly interactive: In the Cosmic Courtyard, you can try designing a spacecraft or maneuvering a lunar robot. Or punch a button and get a video explanation of the... more

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3 star rating
It used to be so good
August 06, 2014

I used to go to the Planetarium as a child and then started to take my own children who are now teenagers. I was hoping that the poor reviews were untrue but alas I have to echo them. It has changed even in the last few years since I last went.
The location is beautiful. We took a lovely walk... more

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3 star rating
Prices are out of this world
July 31, 2014

To much money to get in. My family and I had to pay about 80$!!! For that we only got to watch a short planetarium presentation! Additional presentations meant MORE MONEY! That said, staff were very knowledgeable and knew lots of facts about our universe. The exhibits were amazing which made up for some of the money. My son particularly... more

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3 star rating
The planetarium is nice
July 17, 2014

But don't expect much from the displays. Most of them are out of order or barely functional and all are geared toward young children. The planetarium and live shows are nice, but the other 20-25 minutes worth of exhibits need serious updating.

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May 30, 2014

Voyage through the cosmos with astronomy- and space-themed shows in the Planetarium Star Theatre. Cosmic Courtyard includes hands-on exhibits, space artifacts, interpretive videos and computer games. Explore the solar system, dock the shuttle, touch a moon rock, visit the International Space Station and morph yourself into an alien (

). Open daily. $18, senior $15, 12-18 $15, 5-11 $13, under 5... more

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February 24, 2013

Considered one of the best such facilities in North America, this structure has had many transformations. Aside from the planetarium and observatory, H.R. MacMillan Space Center also features the Cosmic Courtyard hands-on gallery, a Virtual Voyages full-motion simulator, Ground-station Canada exhibits and multimedia and popular laser shows. Its overnight adventures and space camps are popular.... more

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May 23, 2010

This fascinating space museum features a series of hi-tech learning systems and interactive exhibits that include Virtual Voyages and a flight simulator. The Cosmic Courtyard is an exciting exhibit about the solar system, and Ground Station Canada showcases the achievements of Canada's space program. The Gordon Southam Observatory, which is located next to the main museum building, is a... more

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