General Admission $7.00
UH Students, Military, Seniors (65+) with ID $6.00
Children (4-12 yrs old) $5.00
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Call (808) 235-7433
Tickets must be picked up at the box office at least 15 minutes before showtime, otherwise they may be sold to waiting customers.
Saturday, April 18 at 2pm
Earth, Moon and Sun is a full dome Imaginarium show that explores the relationship between the Earth, Moon and Sun with the help of Coyote, an amusing character adapted from Native American oral traditions, who has a razor sharp wit, but is a bit confused about what he sees in the sky. Join this fast-paced and fun-filled show as it explores the wonders of lunar phases, sunrises and sunsets, eclipses, space travel to our Moon and other puzzles. Native American stories are told throughout the show to help distinguish between myths and science.
Suitable for children in grades K-6 —though audiences of all ages can appreciate learning the basic science behind these myths.
Saturday, April 18 at 3pm
Discover our solar system through a new set of eyes – a family from another star system seeking the perfect vacation spot.
Fly over the surface of Pluto, our best known Dwarf Planet. Dive over the ice cliffs of Miranda. Sail through the rings of Saturn. Feel the lightning storms of Jupiter. And walk on the surface of Mars. Which destination would you choose? A solar system journey for space travelers of all ages.
Friday, April 24 at 8:15pm
Friday, June 26, 8:15 pm
Even after 35 years of laser shows, "Led Zeppelin" remains one of the most popular music shows ever preformed in planetariums. Now see what the Clark Planetarium Productions has done with it for the fulldome arena!
Zeppelin fans of all ages are welcome.
This Led Zeppelin musical experience does not contain the Imaginarium's usual live sky presentation.
Runtime: Approximately 1 hour
Wednesday, May 13 at 7pm
Wednesday, June 10 at 7pm
Join us for this live star show held on the second Wednesday of every month. Find out what stars, planets and moon phase you can see in the sky tonight. Learn how to identify the constellations and listen to mythological stories about them. Get the update on current celestial happenings, such as meteor showers and eclipses. Come every month to discover how the sky changes over the course of a year.
Runtime: Approximately 1 hour
Suitable for general audiences
Friday, May 29 at 8:15 pm
Sounds of the Underground combines techno, dance, club and rave style musics with a variety of artistic full-dome animations.
The set list includes selections from Stardust, Dirty Vegas, Karen Overton, Zombie Nation, High Contrast and many, many more.
Created by Clark Planetarium, the show is described as "a dancing experience for the eyes"
Saturday, June 20 at 2pm
This family show is based on the popular children's Magic Tree House® books.
In Magic Tree House® Space Mission, a mysterious “M” sends the intrepid Jack and Annie on a fun-filled journey to discover the secrets of the Sun, Moon, planets, space travel and more. Aligned with early elementary information skills learning objectives, this beautifully-produced show is a winner with Magic Tree House® fans of all ages and school audiences alike.
Runtime: Approximately 32 minutes
Suitable for all audiences.
Saturday, June 20 at 3pm
Every star has a story. Some are as old as time, faint and almost forgotten. Others burn bright and end their lives in powerful explosions. New stars are created every day, born of vast clouds of gas and dust. Through every phase of their existence, stars release the energy that powers the Universe. Journey to the farthest reaches of our galaxy and experience both the awesome beauty and destructive power of STARS.
The stunning animation highlighted by astronauts, spacecraft, telescopes, nebulas, clusters, and more, was created by the talented team of the National Space Centre (Leicester, UK). This dramatic program features the voice talent of Mark Hamill. The Nashville Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Albert-George Schram, resident conductor, performed part of the STARS soundtrack.
Runtime: Approximately 26 minutes
Suitable for grades 5 and up.
Friday, June 26 at 7pm
Maunakea Between Earth and Sky is the signature show of the 'Imiloa Astronomy Center in Hilo. The Imaginarium is excited to present the fulldome show for the first time to Oahu audiences.
Explore connections between Hawaiian culture and Maunakea astronomy. Become immersed in the story of Pele and Poli`ahu and the creation of the Hawaiian Islands. Gaze into the night sky, past planets, galaxies and swirling nebula—back to the beginning of the universe—and fly through an observatory atop Maunakea.
"Kaluokahina" is an enchanted tropical coral reef. The reef's colorful inhabitants have always lived in this peaceful, secret world--until a volcanic catastrophe breaks the spell!
Now it's up to Jake, a young sawfish, and his buddy Shorty, a lively reef fish, to restore the magic of their home. Their only lead: an ancient legend that tells of touching the moon...
Find out what it takes to be an astronaut! Explore inner and outer space as you experience a rocket launch from an astronaut's point of view and float around the International Space Station in microgravity.
Presented in stunning high-definition fulldome video and surround sound, Astronaut is an experience like nothing on Earth!
Narrated by Ewan McGregor.
Discover the mystery of flight with Leonardo da Vinci, Montgolfier brothers, Wright brothers and other inventors. Experience the adventure with powerful images and music, an immense and challenging dream, for which mankind has strived since the beginning of history.
“Dream to Fly” describes the most important milestones on our route to conquering the skies – both in terms of technological breakthroughs, as well as our perceptions on flying itself.
Runtime: 35 minutes
Suitable for all audiences.
Elmo and Big Bird live in the United Staets and HuHu Zhu lives far away in China, but they discovered that they still see the same stars at night!
One World One Sky: Big Bird's Adventure was made possible by the generous donation of the Iris an Rodney Fukui Family though the Imaginarium's Adopt-a-Show sponsorship.
Runtime: approximately 24 minutes
(Suitable for preK-2)
This new show is a skillfully woven tapestry of star tales and Native American legends, combined with constellation identification, star-hopping and astronomy tidbigts–all told from the unique viewpoint of a cowboy astonomer who has travelled the world plying his trade and learning the sky along the way.
Runtime: 37 minutes
Suitable for grades 4 and up.