The Center for Earth And Space Science Education Tyler
Where is it at?
The Center for Earth And Space Science Education
Corner of Lake Street and Mahon Avenue
1400 E. Fifth St
Tel: 903 510 2312
Where are we going today?
A dynamic public science education facility, offering educational and entertainment programming to encourage an interest in, and support for, science education.
Enjoy traveling hands-on science exhibits in the exhibit hall and large-screen movies in the 40-foot domed theater where you can take a real time space flight in the simulator, watch the real time NASA feed and see planetarium style lessons.
Outdoor attractions include a moon phase map, a map of the stars, a sundial and the Lunch and Learn Courtyard.
How much does it cost?
When can we go?
Sunday through Tuesday Closed; Wednesday through Thursday 1:30pm to 5pm; Friday 1:30pm to 6pm; Satur
Hours vary seasonally, stated is Fall.
The Center is open to school groups, Tuesday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and to the public 3-7 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 1-8 p.m. Saturdays and 2-7 p.m. Sundays. Make sure to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your scheduled show time. No late entries will be permitted once the show has begun. No exceptions. Special programming and resources are available for Texas school teachers and groups. Check the Center website for details. .
Any Top Tips?
Make sure to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to your scheduled show time. No late entries will be permitted once the show has begun. No exceptions..
Need a little extra help?
Elevator and handicap access restroom facilities are available. Wheelchair seating in dome theatre also available.Handicap access restroom facilities are available..
What people are saying?
by Andrew Broadbent
the Rose Center for Earth & Space was a very nice place to visit. The planetarium and space exhibits were quite informative. I recommend for grandparents and grandchildren.
by jim henderson
Excellent sky; well organized shows if a bit biased towards sensationalism. Oh, for the good old days of the knowledgeable live lecturer, but canned shows can do when they are this well done. Basement area does an especially good job on space travel though the "weight on other worlds" gimmick has outlived its day.
by Rachel Antonio
The Rose Center for Earth & Space is at the American Museum of Natural Museum. This is where the planetarium is. I highly suggest coming here on your visit and buying the ticket to watch the show. It’s amazing and like being in space. It’s narrated by Jodie Foster and other celebrities like Tom Hanks and Whoopie Goldberg. A must see for space enthusiasts, kids, and all those curious about science.
by Fred Alluso
Formerly known as the Hayden Planetarium. The planetarium is now part of a larger collective which includes the Scales of the Universe Walkway, and the Hall of Planet Earth.
by Jo Chen
This is a very historic asset. I loved the planetarium. It is a must for astronomy lovers. The location is great. And you can walk in the park for real stargazing afterwards!