The Fleischmann Planetarium and Science Center is home to over 100 space-themed objects for the public to enjoy. While admission to the exhibit hall is included in the cost of Full-Dome Theater show tickets, visitors who do not wish to see a show are welcome to pay a walk-in fee of $3 per person to view the exhibit hall.
Popular exhibits include an outstanding meteorite collection (featuring the largest meteorite known to have fallen in Nevada), one of only four Rand-McNally Oceanographic Earth Globes in the world (which took over 800 hours to hand sculpt and paint), a companion Moon Globe, an interactive Gravity Well and NASA modules with which participants can drive on the Moon or Mars.
Science fiction artifacts on display at the Planetarium include replicas of the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars, the Tesseract from The Avengers, the Communicator from Star Trek, and many more. A life-sized model of the TARDIS from Doctor Who is also featured on the main floor of the facility, and it serves as a popular attraction to both local visitors and tourists from across the United States.
Artifact themes include:
- Tomorrow's World
- The Final Frontier
- Science and Super Heroes
- First Contact
- Robots, Replicants and Cyborgs, A.I.!
- Cosmic Connections
The following artifact themes are coming soon:
- Fantastic Adventures
- Dreams and Dystopias
- Cyberspace, Time and Technology
- Beyond Biology