Located in the Hotel Nasca Lines in town, the Planetarium offers nightly shows (7 p.m.) concerning the Nasca lines and the various theories about their purpose and origins. You do not need to be staying at the hotel to attend. Maria Reiche was a German mathematician and scientist who studied the lines for decades. Open daily 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. (English), 8:15 p.m. (Spanish); also 6 p.m., by previous arrangement (French, Italian or Japanese).
Bolognesi 300 (Hotel Nasca Lines)
Adults $7.40, university students (with home school or ISIC card) and children $3.70