Close up of dark gray cratered surface of the moon
Close up image of four people shown from a back/side profile as they look up to watch a projection of the Milky Way in a planetarium dome

The 55-foot digital dome BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina Planetarium takes guests on journeys to the deepest reaches of space and beyond.

Museum Hours

Open today from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Plan Your Visit

D-Day and the Moon

Limited run! Showing every Saturday in June

Discover how the moon played a pivotal role in planning D-Day in this live show combining astronomy and history. D-Day and the Moon takes audiences on a journey through past and present, touring the skies of the US and France to show how tracking our night sky can benefit us. After taking a look at the current night sky, the show briefly explores the moon and how it affects the tides and amount of light at night, which the masterminds behind D-Day used to their advantage in planning the Normandy landings.

Showtimes are valid through the end of the current month.

Dates through
Additional Ticket Required
Suitable for All Ages
Wheelchair Accessible
Show Times
1:00 pm