Reims Planetarium and Astronomical Clock
49 avenue du Gén.-de-Gaulle, 51100 Reims Route Planner
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Opening hours

school hols: 10.45am, 2.30pm, 3.30pm and 4.45pm; rest of year: Wed 2.30pm, weekends and Bank Hols 2.30pm, 3.30pm and 4.45pm - exhibition room (astronomical clock) 9am-noon, 2pm-6pm, weekends 2pm-6pm - closed 1 Jan 1 May, 14 Jul, 1 and 11 Nov, 25 Dec

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Equipped with a high-resolution astronomical projector, the city's planetarium takes visitors on a journey to the stars. Several programmes, which are suitable for children and adults alike, are hosted by scientifically trained staff who are both enthusiastic and highly detailed in their explanations, helping you to unravel the mysteries of the skies. Also on display is an astronomical clock built between 1930 and 1952 by Reims-born Jean Legros from pieces of Meccano.

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