The Adler Planetarium in Chicago is offering free admission throughout February 2017 on Illinois Resident Discount Days. On these free days in 2017, general admission to the planetarium is free. There is an additional fee for shows and the Atwood Sphere. Check out all the latest free days in 2017 at Adler Planetarium below. Call 312.922.STAR or click below for discounts and details.
Touch a piece of the Moon, Mars, a meteorite, and three different asteroids. Visit the Grainger Sky Theater with 360-degree visualizations, or check out the Atwood Sphere — the oldest large-scale mechanical planetarium built in Chicago in 1913, originally used to train pilots to navigate the nighttime sky. The Adler Planetarium in Chicago is a fascinating place, filled with daily programs, sky shows, exhibitions, and science activities; and much more out-of-this-world stuff. Study the planets, Moon, and stars; or one of the largest, most significant collections of scientific instruments in the world — rare books, works on paper, paintings, models, archives and more. Shoot for the stars when you visit the country’s first planetarium
1300 S. Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, IL 60605
Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Illinois Resident Discount Days in 2017
Illinois residents can enjoy complimentary general admission on Illinois Resident Discount Days. A valid ID with an Illinois address is required for these special admission prices. Dates published so far:
Dates published so far for 2017:
February 6-10, 20-24
Come out for some more free 2017 Discount Days at the Adler Planetarium in Chicago! The Adler is a recognized leader in science education, with a focus on inspiring young people to pursue careers in science.
|Address:||1300 S Lake Shore Dr
|Opening hours:||Weekdays 9:30am–4pm, weekends 9:30am–4:30pm.Summer daily 9:30am–6pm.|
|Transport:||Bus: 12, 130, 146.|