Scottish Power Planetarium (Glasgow) Reviews
Newest Review: ... recline (personally I don't like reclining seats because I think they make my belly fat look more prominent!) but this is because the main show is above your head on the circular dome where the night sky is projected. The show starts with an introduction to the solar system from the guides. The lights are slowly dimmed and at this point you wonder what all the fuss is about as the stars don't look too great. When the lights are fully dimmed you can hear gasps of awe from the audience as the night sky in all its glory is projected on the dome above your head, we don't normally see how beautiful the night sky looks because of clouds and li... more
Customer Scottish Power Planetarium (Glasgow) Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/03/10, updated on 07/03/10 (Very useful, 135 readings)
The Scottish Power Planetarium is located on the first floor of the Glasgow Science Centre, the shows run at various times throughout the day and you book your tickets in advance and make sure that you are on time as no latecomers will be admitted, tickets cost a very reasonable £2 per person. The waiting area outside the planetarium entrance doesn't have any seating but there are a few interactive exhibits to play around with including a camera in a creepy crawly tank which allows you to zoom in on giant cockroaches! When you enter the theatre you take your seat, you will be surprised at how far the seats recline (personally I don't like reclining seats ... Read the complete review
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