Historical Attractions

Koch Planetarium Evansville

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Koch Planetarium
411 Southeast Riverside Drive
Evansville
IN
47713
Tel: 812-425-2406

Where are we going today?

A planetarium is a domed theater in which a realistic and scientifically-accurate simulation of the night sky is created, using a highly-specialized "star projector." With this projector, the movement and relative positions of the Sun, the Moon, and the five naked-eye planets can also be shown against the stars. As the state's oldest, our planetarium has entertained and enlightened over a half a million people. Find out more about Evansville's own and the wonderful programs it hosts.
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    REALLY IT'S A MUSEUM LOL, U CAN DO BETTER WITH EXPANDING THE BULIDING AND ALSO INCLUDING ALOT MORE ARTIFACTS AND HISTORY, BECAUSE UR MUSEUM IS BORING

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    We’re lucky to have a quality museum like this. Sure, it’s not the biggest, but for Evansville, it does well for itself. Exhibits, displays, and planetarium are worth the trip.

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    Wonderful, never a dull moment in this museum, even has an observatory.

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