Historical Attractions

Faulkner Planetarium Twin Falls

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Faulkner Planetarium
The College of Southern Idaho
315 Falls Avenue
Twin Falls
Tel: (208) 736-3059

Where are we going today?

Opened in November 1995, the Faulkner Planetarium is the largest planetarium theater in Idaho, and one of the best equipped in the northwestern U.S. The theater seats 144 under a 50' dome and features a Digistar II digital graphics projection system. It is located in the Herrett Center for Arts & Science on the College of Southern Idaho's main campus in Twin Falls, Idaho, and features digital projection technology which immerses the audience in sights and sounds for a truly memorable theater experience.
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The Faulkner Planetarium is available for school groups and private events. To schedule your visit, please contact Education Coordinator Darcy Thornborrow at (208) 732-6664 for school groups, or Facilities Specialist Kristi Bronson at (208) 732-6657 for private events (and read \\\"Scheduling a Special Event at the Herrett Center\\\"..

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