Where to see stars in Georgia

Where to see the STARS in Georgia! Observatories, Stargazing & Planetariums

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Where to see stars in GeorgiaAs we approach the shortest nights of the year, and consequently the longest & hottest days of the year, you may be looking for a way to get out and enjoy the evening cool down. Stargazing & learning a little about astronomy is a great way to enjoy summer evenings when it seems like everybody stays up a little later.

Listed by date & alphabetical city, you can find a nearby event or activity to occupy your summer evenings. You’ll learn some constellations, observe the night sky through powerful telescopes and maybe see some meteor showers!

First up are some great places, you can visit any day during visitor hours, to learn more about space & stars.

Atlanta – Fernbank Science Center More Information
The Fernbank Science Center website isn’t currently operating. But, this is a free resource for scientific exploration in Metro Atlanta. The planetarium requires a minimal fee and there are many community events. More details when the website is functional.
156 Heaton Park Dr, Atlanta, GA 30307

Columbus – Coca Cola Space Science Center – More Information
Located in Columbus, Georgia, the Coca Cola Space Science Center is a state-of-the-art facility with a Challenger Learning Center, Theater & Observatory. Visit the exhibits Monday thru Saturday for an admission of $4-$6.
701 Front Ave, Columbus, GA 31901

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2 thoughts on “Where to see the STARS in Georgia! Observatories, Stargazing & Planetariums

  1. Fernbank Science Center and Coca Cola Space Science Center I haven’t been to. They both sound like fun and I’ll try to make a trip to at least Fernbank since I hear a lot about it. Thanks Candy!

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