Arts & entertainment
MSU Abrams Planetarium (355-4672): The Sky Theater houses a Digistar, the world's only computer-graphic based planetarium projector, a black light art gallery, exhibit hall, gift counter and more. Admission costs are: Adults - $3.00 and Children - $2.00. Special shows designed for families are presented on Sundays.
MSU Athletic Events (355-1610): Tickets can be purchased for all athletic events based on availability. Discounts are available on season tickets only. Go Green cards can be purchased by Faculty/Staff for $50.00 for admittance to all regular home season Women's Basketball, Volleyball, Men's/Women's Soccer, Wrestling, Gymnastics, Softball and Baseball.
MSU College of Music (355-3345): Concerts and recitals performed by faculty artists, ensembles, guest artists and students. Many performances are free and others are reasonably priced. Ticket prices on the College of Music website.
MSU Community Music School (355-7661): CMS now offers a 5 percent discount to all MSU faculty and staff. To enroll or for more information, please visit the website or call 355-7661. CMS is the outreach division of the MSU College of Music, bringing CMS music education and music therapy to those of all ages and abilities within the community. Offerings include: instruction for piano, voice, carillon as well as all string, wind and percussion instruments, early childhood music, MSU Children's Choirs, Choral Union, steel drums, music therapy, summer camps, Suzuki strings and piano, folk music, New Horizons Band, and adult string ensemble. CMS is located off-campus at 841 Timber Lane, East Lansing.
MSU Department of Theatre (355-6690): annually mounts a full range of musical theatre, plays and dance productions. 10-17% discounts are given to MSU faculty and staff on all Main Stage performances. Tickets are available at www.whartoncenter.com
The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum (884-3900): is committed to exploring international contemporary culture and ideas through art. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid, the museum features a striking façade of pleated stainless steel and glass, signaling the museum and the university’s dynamic vision. More than 70 percent of the 46,000-square-foot facility is dedicated to exhibition space. The museum is named for Eli and Edythe Broad, longtime supporters of Michigan State University, who provided the lead gift for the museum. Admission is free, except for some special events.
MSU Museum (355-2370): Displays anthropological, biological, geological and historical research collections in natural and cultural sciences, history, and folk-life. Admission is free, however a donation is suggested.
MSU Wharton Center for Performing Arts (353-1982): Offers a full schedule of touring Broadway shows, leading dance troupes, world-famous soloists and ensembles. Discounts are given to Wharton Center subscribers and occasional 10-15% discounts on select performances are given to MSU employees.