|Voyage to Space (preschool - 2nd grade)|
Hear an exciting introduction to space.
|The Planets (preschool - 2nd grade)|
Learn about the planets in our Solar System.
|A Grand Tour of the Solar System (3rd - adult)|
Take an in-depth look at the Sun and its family of planets, moons, asteroids, and comets.
|Pluto Discovery (3rd - adult)|
Experience Pluto's discovery at Lowell Observatory in 1930, and hear about our current understanding of Pluto and its many unusual features.
|The Current Night Sky (3rd - adult)|
Hear an overview of the stars, planets, and other celestial objects visible in the current night sky.
|Comets, Asteroids, and Dinosaurs (3rd - adult)|
Find out about the nature of comets and asteroids, including how one or more impacts may have led to the extinction of the dinosaurs.
|Life on Other Worlds (5th - adult)|
Search the Universe for possible signs of life.
|Mars: The Red Planet (5th - adult)|
Explore Mars's volcanoes, canyons, possible past water resources, and more.
|Highlights of the Hubble Space Telescope (5th - adult)|
View amazing images taken with this telescope in space.
|The Lives of Stars (7th - adult)|
Explore our Sun's life and the dramatic formation of neutron stars, pulsars, and black holes.
|Galaxies and the Expanding Universe (7th - adult)|
Hear about quasars and galaxies, including the Milky Way.
|Discovery at Lowell Observatory (7th - adult)|
Learn about Lowell's distinguished history, the discovery of Pluto and the cutting-edge research taking place here today.
|Holiday Skies/Star of Bethlehem (5th - adult)|
Explore highlights of the winter skies, including an astronomical interpretation of the Star of Bethlehem.
OTHER PROGRAMS AND TOURS
|Mini Planetarium (3rd - adult, evening only)|
Explore the constellations, stars and deep sky objects that are visible in the night sky, or zoom out through the Solar System to the edge of the known Universe.
|Cosmic Cart (all ages)|
Enjoy fun and interactive demonstrations illustrating scientific concepts. Dry ice, liquid nitrogen, and various chemicals are used. (This program is $35 extra.)
|Clark telescope tour (all ages, daytime only)|
See the historic 24" Alvan Clark refractor and dome.
|Historic Rotunda tour (all ages)|
Tour the building that contains historic artifacts and astronomy displays.
|Pluto Telescope tour (all ages, daytime only)|
Visit the 13-inch telescope used to discover Pluto.
|Solar Telescope viewing (all ages, daytime only)|
Safely view the Sun, our amazing star, through a filtered telescope.
|Astronomy Club Tours|
We also have special programs designed just for astronomy clubs. Click here for a PDF describing these options.