Observatories fascinate, educate, and entertain
Activities abound at your neighborhood observatory.
July 22, 2007
|If you have a free evening during August or September and live near one of these observatories, then you may want to consider the following observatory fare. Observatories can provide just the right mix of engaging and fun-filled learning opportunities and entertainment for people of all ages. Observing sessions, planetarium shows, educational classes, even large-screen movies await you at many of these eye-on-the-sky facilities. |
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