Currently in the Night Sky
We are scheduling now for fall 2017!
Our policy is to schedule in the order that calls and emails are received. We appreciate your patience.
*We do not have any eclipse events scheduled, and do not have eclipse glasses/eyewear
Public Show Admission Fees
For public shows, tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for CCS students and children ages 3-18.
For the extended presentations, tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for CCS students and children ages 3-18.
Tickets may be purchased over the phone with a credit card, or in-person at the SFCC cashier's office.
SFCC Cashier's Office
(509) 533-3569 M-F 8am-4pm
Spokane Falls Community College
3410 W Fort George Wright Drive Spokane WA 99224
Cashier's Office, Building 17
The SFCC planetarium is located in the Science Building (#28 on the campus map).
Seating begins 15 minutes prior to show time and shows will start on time. In consideration of others, please plan accordingly.
No food or beverages are allowed inside the planetarium.
Do you look up at the night sky with wonder? Are you interested in finding a particular constellation? Do you contemplate the motion of the stars across our horizon? Are you
curious about exoplanets and undiscovered worlds? Are you interested in black holes? The Spokane Falls Community College Planetarium may hold answers to your questions! A trip to
our local planetarium is a memorable way to get people of all ages excited about science and the wonders of the universe.
Our state-of-the-art digital planetarium was designed as a virtual classroom into the universe for students of all ages. Since the spring of 2011, we have provided free K-12 field
trips to local schools and educational groups, offered low-cost planetarium presentations to the general public, and are available for special event rentals.
The planetarium is a prominent feature on the SFCC campus. The cylindrical, domed room is one of the first recognizable features a driver sees coming over the crest of the hill
from the Spokane River. Our vision for the planetarium includes promoting and serving science education in our community, expanding our local programming to schools and senior
groups, and offering in-depth night sky and telescope viewing.