The Flandrau Planetarium and Science Center, constructed in 1971, is on the northeast corner of Cherry Avenue at University Boulevard. Made possible by a bequest of more than $1 million dollars from the estate of Grace H. Flandrau, the domed planetarium theater is surrounded by numerous exhibit halls. Flandrau is available to host special events and the theater produces shows and education programs that are open to the public. The Mineralogical Museum is housed in the Science Center.
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