Fiske Planetarium and Science Center

Fiske Planetarium hosts a diverse range of shows, star talks, LASER shows, and special live events. The planetarium's 20-meter dome (the largest between Chicago and Los Angeles) was for many years home to one of the few Zeiss Mark VI Star Projectors, affectionately known as "Fritz," after the German engineer who oversaw its installation. In 2013, Fiske began a major systems upgrade, placing it among the most technologically advanced theaters. Fiske Planetarium works to serve CU faculty and students, local schools, and the general public. We host special talks and educational events, and often host large crowds during astronomical and NASA-related events.

2414 Regent Drive, Boulder, CO 80309

Place Type

Theatre

Upcoming Events

Season of Light

Light up the cold dark season with a warm and bright holiday show! Season of Light explores the reasons humans are so fascinated with lighting up our lives...

12/15 2:30pm
Season of Light

Light up the cold dark season with a warm and bright holiday show! Season of Light explores the reasons humans are so fascinated with lighting up our lives...

12/16 1:30pm
Season of Light

Light up the cold dark season with a warm and bright holiday show! Season of Light explores the reasons humans are so fascinated with lighting up our lives...

12/20 7pm
Season of Light

Light up the cold dark season with a warm and bright holiday show! Season of Light explores the reasons humans are so fascinated with lighting up our lives...

12/21 9pm

Recent Events

Season of Light

12/14/2018

Source Live Concert

11/14/2018

Recent Activity

Joyce Chase

Joyce Chase left a positive review 3/16/2018

Thank you - I enjoy everything I attend at Fiske

Trevor VG

Trevor VG left a positive review 3/15/2018

This is one of my favorite things to do: taking in a presentation by Dr Bagenal at the Planetarium. Fun, informative, intellectually stimulating... awesome!

Linda Cockrell

Linda Cockrell left a review 3/6/2018

The event idea was great, however, the execution could use a bit of work.