The Planetario (back) in 2010, in a picture showing the night installation by Barbara De Ponti “La luce naturale delle stelle.”

With a reputation of being Italy’s largest planetarium, it typically receives roughly 100,000 visitors a year. The Planetarium di Milano’s activities include events, conferences and meetings on all subjects related to astronomy. Anyone can partake in guided star-gazing tours for beginners, scientific lectures for experts and various educational events for children and young adults including musical performances and plays. Whether Milanese or a tourist, the Planetarium is the number one spot to escape the city and get lost gazing into the deep blue unknown.

Moreover, it is set within the beautiful gardens Giardini Pubblici “Indro Montanelli”
[Photo Credits: © Luigi Petrazzoli, license CC 3.0]

If you speak Italian, you will enjoy this attraction at its best.

Address: Corso Venezia, 57

Transport: M1 (red line) Palestro; Tram lines 9, 29, 30

GPS: 45.473743,9.203645999999935

T: +39 02 88463340

Tickets: regular tickets from 5 euro, reductions available.

Opening Hours: vary according to the event taking place.

If you are planning to visit this location on one of the following dates, we recommend you to check the availability: 1, 6 January, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday, 25 April, 1 May, 2 June, 15 August, 1 November, 8, 25, 26 and 31 December.