Palomar College Planetarium
The Palomar College Planetarium is a unique and wonderful place where you can experience the stars and planets up close. However, there are some things that you should never do in the planetarium. In this blog post, we will discuss three of these things.
Don’t Carry Pets
You might be tempted to bring your cute little dog or cat into the planetarium, but it’s really not a good idea. First of all, pets are not allowed in the planetarium. Secondly, they might be disruptive and make noise during the show. And lastly, they might not be very interested in looking at the stars!
Pets aren’t the only things that you shouldn’t bring into the planetarium. Food and drinks are also not allowed, so make sure to leave them at home.
Don’t Use a Flashlight
It’s important to be respectful of other people in the planetarium in San Marcos and avoid using flashlights. If you need to get up during the show, try to do so as quietly as possible. And remember that your cellphone should be on silent mode!
Don’t Talk Loudly
This one is pretty self-explanatory – please don’t talk loudly during the show! It can be really distracting for other people in the audience and it’s just generally rude. Save your conversations for after the show or take them outside.
Shouting in the planetarium is definitely a no-no. Even if you’re trying to be quiet, your voice can carry in the silence of the room and disrupt everyone’s experience.
We know, we know – you’re hungry. But it’s best to avoid eating in the planetarium. First of all, food is not allowed inside. And secondly, the smell of food can be really distracting for other people. If you must eat something, try to do so before or after the show.
Don’t Wear a Heels
This one is mostly for the ladies. High heels are definitely not allowed in the planetarium, since they can be so noisy on the floor. Try to wear something more comfortable if you’re planning on going to the planetarium!
Never Leave Kids Unattended
This one is especially important. Kids should never be left unattended in the planetarium, for their safety and for the safety of other people. Make sure to keep an eye on your little ones at all times!
We hope you found this blog post helpful. Remember that these are just a few of the things that you should never do in the Palomar College Planetarium. For more information, please visit our website or contact us directly. Thanks for reading!