The Adler Planetarium was founded in 1930 by Chicago business leader Max Adler. The museum is home to three full-size theaters, extensive space science exhibitions, and one of the world's most important antique astronomical instrument collections on display. www.facebook.com/a...
Best view of Chicago Skyline is from the front steps of the Planetarium. Bring your camera!
This Planetarium was founded in 1930 by Max Adler, who was so impressed by a European machine replicating the night sky that he decided to build one.
Every 3rd Thurs. of the month, Adler Planetarium opens up its doors for Chicagoans to mingle & peruse exhibits with cocktails & appetizers in hand. This week, DJ D-Rek spins everything music.
Watch the show.
Don’t miss the skyline view from Café Galileo’s at the Planetarium, the oldest planetarium in the western hemisphere, before or after a splendid skyshow. -- Green Guide Editor
Best view of the Chicago skyline, bar none.
Skip the deep space adventure if you want to learn, ANYTHING. great visuals... but trust me, that's it.
Free WiFi! Network name = ADLER, no password
On the side of the planetarium is the best view of the Chicago skyline that there is. It's absolutely beautiful for photos at sunset, and a good spot for a picnic.
Don't miss the great views of the downtown skyline just outside by the sundial.
The $3 million projector is cool.
Swing by the Space Visualization Lab to hear about Citizen Science projects at the Adler. Every Sunday between 2:00 - 3:00.
Always take the outer ring seats. Your neck will thank you
Have a rich uncle donate a lot of money so hopefully you can get free admission.
Located along Chicago's lakefront, see the various exhibits and the shows! They were one of the sites in the running to get one of the retired shuttles too!
there’s no better place to look at the stars in all of chicago
The road leading up to the planetarium has an excellent view of downtown Chicago and Lake Michigan; it is excellent for family pictures and very well-lit during the day. Perfect weather in the summer!
Don't miss "Astronomy & Culture," an exhibit dedicated solely to the history of astronomy throughout the world.
Imagine yourself inside the Gemini XII capsule!
Take your best shot of the Chicago skyline without leaving land. Wilco fan? You'll recognize the view from the front cover of the "I Am Trying to Break Your Heart" documentary DVD.
The best view of the Chicago skyline is from the cafe at the Adler. Truly awesome!
Try Adler after dark.
Get a City Pass and skip all lines!
In March of 2010, the Adler opened Planet Explorers, a new exhibition for children ages 3-8 and their caregivers. It's a great place for the little ones to explore!!
If you are a fan of astronomy - this is a great place to visit. Lots of great multi-media presentations and use of Tablet and touchscreen technology. Just wish for more complex themes like Blackholes.
From just outside the entrance you get a fantastic view of the Chicago skyline.
The Adler Planetarium invites you to explore the history of astronomy research, discover over 500 astronomical artifacts and enjoy featured attractions.
I you're not that a fan of the universe, might be a bit boring.
The Welcome to the Universe show is a great way to experience the Grainger auditorium. And, this holiday season they have the bonus snow globe show!
Don't come here if you are not going to see the films, most of the show is there. The expo is fine but not impressive.
More great skyline shots can be had from this lake side gem. The first planetarium in the US. Located around Solider Field, The Field Museum and more.
I just love the whole Museum Campus area. Gorgeous views and stuff to do.
The newly remodeled kids area made out membership totally worth it.
Visit all three full-size theaters! Oh and don't forget to bring your camera for a great skyline shot of the city.
Deep Space Adventure is a TOTAL waste of money. Very disappointed w/the cheesy story, despite beautiful graphics. Check to see if your ticket includes the Atwood sphere- a cool piece of history.
Not as enjoyable unless you're 15 and under.
Quite under-whelming. Don't waste your time. Been much better in much smaller cities
If you visit more than once a year and see shows both times, a family membership is worth the $
The view of Chicago from Adler is nice. The planetarium felt like walking through a bunch of poster boards with too much information.
En la luna la vida es más sabrosa.
Chicago ' un en guzel yeri. Kimsenin bilmediği saklı bir güzellik. The greatest place of Chicago. Don't miss it !
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