It's been a while since i used stellarium but i remember you can set your planet of viewing origin
The positions of the stars in the sky is dependent on your location on Earth (or other planet) as well as the time and date. For Stellarium to show accurately what is (or will be/was) in the sky, you must tell it where you are. You only need to do this once - Stellarium can save your location so you won't need to set it again until you move.
To set your location, press F6 to open the location window. There are a few ways you can set your location:
Just click on the map.
Search for a city where you live using the search edit box at the top right of the window, and select the right city from the list.
Enter a new location using the longitude, latitude and other data.
Once you're happy that the location is set correctly, click on the “use as default” checkbox, and close the location window.
Also Home planet (i havent used in years also free)
it has an Orrery (not sure if that is what you are looking for)
Orrery allows viewing the solar system, including a selected asteroid or comet, from any vantage point in space, in a variety of projections.
theplanetstoday "dot" com is an online Orrery (sorry about the "dot" - I dont have reputation to post more than 2 links)