The P-H-M DVT & Planetarium is now proud to offer online ticket purchasing, seat reservation & online payment through the P-H-M RevTrak Web Store. Please click for schedule of public shows for the 2019-2020 school year.
*Please note when choosing the date of your show and reserving seats, you will be redirected to this website, www.greateventseats.com/PennHarris, to make your choices. After you've made your selection, you will be redirected back to the P-H-M RevTrak Web Store to make your online payment. If you already have a RevTrak account, you will be able to use your existing login and pay using your saved preferred method of payment. If you do not have a RevTrak account set up, you will be prompted to set one up. Your account information will be saved for future purchases. Please note you will be charged a 3.49% service fee per transaction (no minimum purchase required).
*If P-H-M schools are closed or P-H-M evening activities are cancelled, the DVT/Planetarium is also closed and the shows for that day will also be cancelled. If a show is cancelled due to a P-H-M closure, all pre-paid tickets will be refunded. Otherwise, tickets are non-refundable.
The Digital Video Theater (DVT) & Planetarium is an outstanding educational resource to P-H-M schools and the greater St. Joseph County community, supporting learning across the curriculum and at all grade levels.
The DVT is open during the P-H-M School year providing “digital” lessons projected in the state-of-the-art dome to P-H-M students and teachers, as well as hundreds of students and educators from neighboring districts who also visit for scheduled field trips.
Additionally, the facility hosts nearly 50 informative and entertaining public shows each year, with topics ranging from Astronomy to Rock & Roll. These shows are offered at a nominal cost and are also open to members of the general public. Please check back in August for the list of 2019-20 show schedule.
The DVT/Planetarium also includes an air and space museum that contains artifacts donated by astronauts and some which are on loan from the Johnson Space Center and the Smithsonian. Some artifacts have actually traveled to space and been on or come from the Moon! So plan on arriving for your show a bit early to take time to look around.
As part of P-H-M’s celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing on July 20, 2019, we asked former DVT & Planetarium Director Art Klinger to share his thoughts on the importance of space exploration. Click here to watch the video ...
P-H-M Teachers visit dvt.phmschools.org for more details on:
- The list of shows available or recommended for classroom visits
- How P-H-M teachers should schedule their classroom visits
- Frequently asked questions about visiting the DVT/Planetarium
- Links to recommended astronomy and “sky events” websites
Location & Contact Information
The DVT & Planetarium is located inside Bittersweet Elementary School (directly east of the Educational Services Center)
55860 Bittersweet Road, Mishawaka, IN 46545