School Field Trips:
The planetarium is a university classroom and is closed to the public most of the time. You can visit during our free public events, but reservations are required for all other dates and times. Note that the Ott Planetarium is a volunteer organization, and we will reply to you as quickly as possible, but it may take a few days.
The planetarium is available for field trips on M-F. We can accommodate groups of up to 60 students for a cost of $60/hour for school visits. Please send an email to email@example.com to arrange a visit!Scout Troops:
A RESERVATION IS REQUIRED in order to ensure staffing. The cost is $5 per scout for either program (Boy Scout Merit Badge show or Cub Scout show). We are currently developing a Girl Scout program. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a visit!
Our next scheduled Boy Scout Astronomy Merit Badge program will be held on Thursday October 19, 2017. Please email email@example.com if you would like to attend.For the Public:
The planetarium is generally closed to the public, but sometimes we are open in connection with another event on campus, such as the Physics Open House, or Science Saturday.
The Physics Open House for 2017 will be on Friday October 6, 2017, starting at 6:00 pm.
The Physics Department at Weber State University invites you to join us for demos, presentations, and planetarium shows!
Come see the demonstrations, new public observing deck, planetarium shows, scanning electron microscope, physics lab experiments, and get a tour of the Tracy Hall Science Center.
In the Tracy Hall Science Center and Lind Lecture Hall on the north east corner of the WSU Ogden Campus. Follow the signs for the Ott Planetarium. Parking available.
Free and open to the public, activities for all ages.
• Show List
• Scouting Programs
• Planetarium Reservations
The Layton P. Ott Family,
The College of Science and Department of Physics at Weber State University,
Weber County RAMP, The Utah Museums Association, and NASA.