If you are travelling with children and you want to entertain them with an original exhibition, you can't miss the 'Planetario de Pamplona', located in Yamaguchi Park, which also has a green space and a children's playground. Even if you are not interested in astronomy, it's worth a visit to the extraordinary dome of the Planetarium, which is one of the largest in Spain, where you can see 9,000 stars. In the 'Tornamira' screening room, you'll see the birth and the death of constellations plus you'll go through the passage of time in light years and travel through space like an astronaut. The Planetarium opened in 1993 and also has an exhibition hall that is used for both scientific and artistic purposes. It's an auditorium with a capacity of 250 people and has held thematic conferences, debates and scientific presentations, as well as a space for film and astronomical photography workshops, among other disciplines.
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