What planet or planets have rings around it?
Here is a list of planets that have rings (some are not visible rings, but they are still there)
The most visible rings are the giant ice rings around Saturn.
There are only 4 outer planets since 2006. You are thinking that Pluto is a planet, but it is now a dwarf planet that isn't the same as planets like Mars and stuff like that. Jupiter is the first one and the largest of the planets, Saturn is next and has big rings, Uranus is next and has rings going up and down, and Neptune is last and it's blue.
Each of the eight planets orbits around the sun; Mercury (the smallest), Venus (the hottest), Earth (our planet), Mars (the red planet), Jupiter (the largest), Saturn (the one with rings), Uranus (the green one tilted on its side that you have to be careful how you pronounce), and Neptune (the furthest).
There are four, all of the gas giants. The only planet with obvious rings is the planet Saturn. However, there are distinct and observable rings around Uranus (13, mostly ice) and Neptune (5, mostly dust), and there are tenuous ring filaments around Jupiter. The Jovian rings are the "Halo Ring", the "Main Ring" and the two-part "Gossamer Ring", associated with the moons Amalthea and Thebe. There are hypothetical dust rings around Mars, and it has…
Four the planets in the solar system have rings. They are the four giant gas planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Saturn, which has by far the largest ring system, was know to have rings for a long time. It was not until the 1970's that rings were discovered around the other gas planets. The rings around Jupiter, Uranus and Neptune are much smaller, darker and fainter than the rings of Saturn.