Patna Planetarium

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Timings : 10.00 AM - 5.00 PM
Show timings 12.30 PM, 2:00 PM, 3:30 PM & 5:00 PM
Closed on Monday

Time Required : 2-3 hours

Entry Fee : INR 50 (Ticket mandatory for kids over 3 years)
INR 10 per ticket concession for booking of Full Show by schools & educational institutions

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Also Refered As:

Indira Gandhi Planetarium

Patna Planetarium, Patna Overview

Located in the city of Patna, Indira Gandhi Planetarium or Patna planetarium is one of the oldest and largest planetariums of Asia. It is also popularly known as Taramandal, meaning a circle of stars, and is one of the largest and most well-maintained planetariums in the country. A wide range of film shows on subjects related to astronomy are showcased here. Apart from that, exhibitions are also held on various related topics for visitors. 

The Patna Planetarium has a modern state of the art projection system,well-maintained complex and a chic auditorium. The seating capacity in the main hall is of 276 people. There is a huge dome shaped screen here to showcase the movies in which visitors need to look up on the roof to enjoy the amazing feeling of watching a sky full of fascinating stars, moons and other celestial bodies. A crystal clear surround sound quality makes the experience even more wonderful. Apart from this, a separate place is available for holding large events, conferences, seminars or workshops. These wonderful facilities make this tourist attraction in the crowded city - Patna, both entertaining and educational.

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nishi kant

on Patna Planetarium 2 years ago
The planetarium of Patna have awesome views which is its one of the unique features, magnificent infrastructure,comfortable sitting arrangements,eco friendly environment. Also their are many things t (Read More)o understand about our space ,earth, planets,stars, moon that how they came in existence and how their rotation occurred in space etc..Great experience

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