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Planetarium Cusco Admission Ticket
from US$23.00*
Planetarium Cusco Admission Ticket
from US$23.00*
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  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
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“inca astronomy”(15 reviews)
“clear night”(15 reviews)
We are an Cultural interpretation center about how the Andean people understand the skies. The explanation in two rooms give us a great perspective, in dome we learn about southern sky and finally, if weather allows, we enjoy some stargazing!
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Reserva eco turistica privada Llaullipata | Km 2 carretera Sacsayhuamán, Cusco 0084, Peru
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 14 January 2012

I like visiting planetariums in my trips. The interesting point is that although this is the simplest planetarium that I have ever visited, it is at same time the most interesting one. It is a family enterprise (or at least seems to be so). You...More

7  Thank mcaetano70
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 27 May 2015 via mobile

I arranged a tour with Planetarium Cusco three months in advance. They requested that we switch out date so we did, and agreed to meet at the regocijo square at 6:40 pm. We waited for thirty minutes and even had a nearby store call them...More

6  Thank jsbarton3
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Booked this through Viator. What a pleasant experience. We were able to see Saturn's rings and one moon through the telescope. Maria was very knowledgeable about the Incan history of the stars and planets and Jose gave us an education of the stars in the...More

Thank LaPalomaLasFlores
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

What a great family business! Maria explained a whole heap about the importance of astronomy to the Incas, then Jose (a master with their digital star projector) took us on a guided tour of the heavens, both modern & Incan. Amazing experience! Would make this...More

Thank ManUnplugged
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was a great trip for the early evening. It is a family run business and it’s clear to as the hard work that put into the planetarium. The talks where really interesting and engaging about both stars in general and the Incas. Unfortunately it...More

Thank The_Hallams_x
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a great excursion, we were with “G adventures”, so it was included in our stay in Cusco. We got to use high powered telescopes and look at the planets. Got to see Saturn’s rings, which was so cool. Learnt about the Inka legends...More

Thank Marian K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I was in the Planetarium with an friend and we we´re so exited, to learn something about the southern sky. It was really familiar, super funny and we learnd a lot. Our tour was in english. I, as a not native speaker, got all important...More

Thank juliastrohkirch
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I wasn’t even thinking of booking this until a friend of mine mentioned it. Am I glad I did. We were picked up in Cusco and taken by bus just out of town to this little out of the way spot with this small building....More

1  Thank RhondaW105
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We really enjoyed the pre- telescope lecture, the indoor planetarium with both modern and Inca astronomy, and using the telescopes to view Saturn, Cygnus, and more! Glad we brought our jackets and recently purchased Peruvian knit hats and gloves. It is still a bit chilly...More

1  Thank FarAway793168
Reviewed 11 October 2018

I loved that the planetarium is family-owned and operated, and the owners clearly care that their guests have a good experience. Unfortunately we have a cloudy night, but we did get to see Mars and Saturn as well as a few cool stars and constellations....More

2  Thank Heather P
Reviewed 10 October 2018

I went here last night. You book through the website to reserve a place then pay at the planetarium after learning about and seeing the stars and planets. The people who work there are so passionate and knowledgeable in their field, I wasn't expecting to...More

1  Thank 199cate
Reviewed 6 October 2018

This privately owned planetarium is really sweet and well set up. We enjoyed learning about some history of how peruvians have viewed the starts and then seeing the historical and modern sky in their projection room. The staff are all very passionate about astronomy which...More

Thank Shawna S
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14 September 2018|
Response from The_Hallams_x | Reviewed this property |
I don’t think so as they pick you up from the town and drive the groups there.
10 September 2018|
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Response from infoG1135DY | Reviewed this property |
The cheapest and best way is to organize the official tour from the planetarium. Call there and you can book your trip. It starts from Cuzco Place regocijo: Website of the planetarium;
William B
8 January 2018|
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Response from Nimrod104 | Reviewed this property |
We didn't eat there either and there was around 16 in the overall group.