Cosmos Discovery is the largest travelling astronautics exhibition in the world.
Occupying a space of more than 3000 m2 and featuring more than 200 original exhibits from both the USA and the Soviet union, realistic models of rockets and space planes, walkthrough models of orbital stations as well as unique authentic documents.
The exhibition has been prepared by JVS GROUP in collaboration with NASA, Cosmosphere, national space agencies and a number of international experts.
The Cosmos Discovery exhibition maps the development of manned space flights from the historical beginnings to the present day.
The grand exhibition features the Russian Sputnik, the space dog Laika and Yuri Gagarin. It also includes the American Apollo and the Russian Lunokhod lunar programmes. A giant model of the Saturn rocket and the original Russian Soyuz rocket are also on display at the exhibition, as is a wide range of space suits. Spacecraft and space station parts and the Houston Mission Control Centre are bound to attract the most attention. In addition, the exhibition features the diorama technology, allowing visitors to walk on the Moon and Mars. The interactive Cosmos Camp offers visitors a chance try out the demanding astronaut training or a 3D Moonwalk.
Výstavu doplňuje kromě mnoha videoprojekcí, také technologie dioráma, díky které návštěvníci vstoupí na Měsíc, či na Mars. V závěru výstava poodhaluje nejnovější plány na osidlování Marsu a další projekty světových kosmických agentur. Na konec čeká fanoušky rozsáhlá interaktivní zóna – Cosmocamp, kde si vyzkouší náročný výcvik kosmonautů i nejnovější 3D technologie.
Every day from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. The ticket office closes at 7 p.m.
The collaboration with the US companyCosmosphere gives you the opportunity to see original NASA artefacts.
Each visitor can borrow an audio guide – a headphone set enabling the visitor to listen to detailed commentary on the different exhibits.
This is the telephone number for the exhibition, where the operators will be happy to provide any answers that you have not found on our website.
The exhibition includes a souvenir gift shop offering a wide range of spaceflight-related items.
To enjoy the exhibition without having to wait, we recommend booking your tickets in advance. You can book your ticket for a specific date and time.
Breaking news from the exhibition.
The time indicated on the ticket refers to the beginning of a 30 minute slot. That means that you will be allowed entry to the exhibition within 30 minutes of the time indicated on the ticket. The organiser reserves the right to move the slot should the security/safety situation so require.
|Individual admission fees||Mon - Fri||Sat - Sun|
|Students/seniors (over 65 years old)|
|Children (6-14 years old)|
|Family ticket (2 adults and 3 children under 14 years old)|
|Group admission fees||Mon - Fri||Sat - Sun|
|Schools – min. 10 persons (guide for free)|
The Cosmos Discovery world astronautics exhibition enables students to relive the real stories of heroes, touch the Moon, take a seat in the Space Shuttle cockpit and walk through a space station.
The Cosmos Discovery exhibition maps the development of manned space flights from the beginnings to the present day. It includes over 200 original artefacts from the US and the USSR, realistic models of rockets and spaceplanes, walkthrough representations of orbital stations and unique authentic documents.
Each visitor will get a Space Card relating to a real astronaut, whose space mission is described in more detail at the exhibition.
The exhibition gives you the chance to see the Russian Sputnik, the space dog Laika and Gagarin. It also features the Apollo lunar programme and the Russian Lunokhod. It includes a large model of the Saturn rocket and the original Russian Soyuz. Moreover, a wide range of space suits are on display. Spacecraft and space station parts and the Houston Mission Control Center attract the most attention. In addition, the exhibition features the diorama technology, allowing you to walk on the Moon and Mars, and an interactive Cosmo Camp, offering you the chance to try out the demanding astronaut training.
Item descriptions are available at the exhibition and, in addition to that, audio guides are handed out to visitors, providing spoken commentary.
Discounts are available for groups of students accompanied by teachers and the accompanying teacher can visit the exhibition free of charge.