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SubSpace Project

SubSpace Project is the Museum’s experimental playground for developing fresh, original, and social experiences for adults. Art, science, and technology collide in the Museum to create a new wave of nightlife that is intelligent, provocative and one-of-a-kind. From musical tributes in the Planetarium to performance art installations and beyond, SubSpace Project is an ever-evolving laboratory for Boston’s most intriguing and immersive experiences.

All SubSpace Project programs are intended for audiences 18+.


This fall’s headliners were:

  • Beyoncé: August 24.
  • Radiohead: September 21.
  • Tom Waits: October 12.
  • Lady Gaga and the Monsters Ball: November 9.


“I am in the Charles Hayden Planetarium at the Museum of Science. This show is part of their SubSpace Project, which features dynamic visual interpretations of music. Harnessing the Planetarium’s immersive dome-theater space and highly advanced audiovisual technology — usually used for shows like Moons: Worlds of Mystery — the staff is now paying tribute to musicians.” Read more about our SubSpace Project experimental programming from The Boston Globe.


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Charles Hayden Planetarium


Recommended for: Grades 12 and adults

Public Event

Separate ticket required. Cost: $10