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Emerald Coast Science Center

Planetarium Special Feature: Sordid Secrets of the Stars

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Discover the sizzling stories behind the constellations in this planetarium event for adults (21+).

  • Emerald Coast Science Center at 31 Memorial Pkwy SW, Fort Walton Beach, FL, 32548, USA
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  • June 16, 2023 at 11:00 PM
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Sordid Secrets: Arabian Nights. We’ll dive deep into the scandalous and sultry stories of master storyteller Scheherazade, learning about Aladdin, Sinbad the Sailor, King Solomon, and their connections to the planets and stars. We’ll close the show with a look at the Arab constellations, how they set the foundation for the constellations we know today, and how to befriend the Jinn that may or may not live in your home.

Our Planetarium is an inflatable dome. Guests sit on cushions on the floor of the planetarium to view the show. Due to size, space is limited to 25 patrons at a time. Purchasing tickets in advance is highly recommended for this reason. On show nights, please arrive at least 10 minutes before your scheduled showing. In case of no-shows/late shows: reserved spots will be released at show time to make space for the next party.

Shows begin at 6 and 7 pm and last approximately 45 minutes.

Seating is limited and very popular. We encourage purchasing your tickets in advance, as this is a first come, first served event. Please call 850-664-1261, stop by the Science Center, or use our online ticketing option to purchase your tickets.

Our planetarium is sponsored by FPL

Nonmembers: $15 • Members: $13
Ticket price includes access to one showing plus a drink ticket for beer, wine, or soda
Event for guests ages 21 and up

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Ticket Required: Yes

Minimum Age: 21

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Emerald Coast Science Center