Full Dome Movies & Planetarium Shows

Koch Immersive Theater Tickets


Admission to the Museum includes a ticket to one show in the Koch Immersive Theater. To purchase individual tickets (not entrance to the museum), please see a selection a showings below. If you would like to purchase tickets for a large group, please contact the Museum at (812) 425-2406.

September Theater Schedule

 


Individual Ticket Prices

Not-Yet Members Adult: $7
Not-Yet Members Youth (4-17): $5
Members: $5

To purchase theater tickets, please call the Museum at (812) 425-2406 or visit the front desk.

Please note: These ticket prices are for individual theater tickets only.  


 

 

Click image to view the trailer.

Sea Monsters

Journey 80 million years back in time to an age when mighty dinosaurs dominated the land – and an equally astonishing assortment of ferocious creatures swam, hunted and fought for survival beneath the vast, mysterious prehistoric seas. Stunning photo-realistic imagery re-creates the perilous underwater realm of two young, dolphin-sized marine reptiles called Dolichorhynchops, or Dollies, and follows their incredible journey through waters ruled by some of the most awesome predators ever to prowl the Earth’s oceans.


 

Click image to view the trailer.

Dinosaurs at Dusk!

Dinosaurs at Dusk is a learning adventure of a father and his teenage daughter Lucy, who share a fascination for all things that fly. You will travel back in time to meet the pterosaurs and the ancestors of modern-day birds: the feathered dinosaurs. Lucy and her father navigate from continent to continent, looking for clues about the origins of flight.When time runs out they experience first-hand the cataclysmic “last day” of the dinosaurs.

 

 

 

 

Our Traditional Planetarium Shows


 

Dino Skies

DINO SKIES utilizes our state-of-the-art computer graphics display system created by Evans and Sutherland, makers of Digistar®, the world’s most advanced planetarium system. We use our planetarium to learn if an asteroid from space abruptly ended the nearly 200 million year reign of dinosaurs. Presented as a traditional planetarium experience this program explores time, space and how the constellations of today might have looked in our night sky millions of years ago. The program includes interaction with the presenter. The audience is encouraged to ask questions. 45-minutes.