The Nagoya City Science Museum has a giant silver globe, which houses one the largest planetariums in the world. The planetarium has different programs that change on a monthly basis. They keep up with current astronomical phenomena and the show are conducted only in Japanese. This should not stop you from enjoying the stars and other elements of nature on their huge spherical screen. The museum has a total of seven floors and five of them have permanent exhibits. Temporary exhibits are usually held in the basement. The permanent exhibits offer the opportunity for visitors of all ages to participate in interactive experiments in order to learn about science. There are several large displays of experiments like the Deep-Freezing Lab, which simulates the environment of the polar regions. It is recommended to also check out the Tornado Lab and Electric Discharge Lab.