Located in the Grau, at the beginning of the seafront promenade, next to the Mediterranean Sea, this building stands out by its 25-metre-high white dome above the blue sea, being an ideal framework for contacting science.
The statue La Hembra del Mar (The Female of the Sea), by the Catellón sculptor Juan Ripollés, welcomes us at the main access to the building. There is a space surrounding the building aimed at outdoor exhibitions.
Inside, just after entering the lobby, we can find the Foucault Pendulum, an exhibition hall, a conference hall and administrative services.
We can find three exhibition halls In the semi-basement floor and, through a spiral staircase located in the lobby, we can access the Planetarium hall, equipped with a Carl Zeiss projector.
WINTER (October to June)
From 11:00 h. at 2:00 p.m. from Tuesday to Sunday.
From 16:30 h. at 8:00 p.m. from Tuesday to Saturday.
SUMMER (July and August)
From 11:00 h. at 1:45 p.m. from Tuesday to Sunday.
5:00 p.m. at 20:45 h. from Tuesday to Saturday
Monday, late Sundays and holidays closed.
In September the Planetarium remains closed to the public.
The Planetarium is located at the beginning of the Maritime Walk of the Grao de Castellón, which extends to the north, and leaving Port Castelló to the south.