Tour the Universe through our BIG telescopes!
Cold and dry winter air makes for the absolute best stargazing! You will see deep space objects with the kind of clarity that only research astronomers with huge telescope are used to. While cold is great for telescopes it’s challenging for humans. Our winter nighttime temperatures can be 10 to -10F (-12 to -24C). While our little auditorium is heated and doubles as a warming hut where we also offer FREE hot drinks, you’ll still need to DRESS VERY WARMLY!
Summer sky is dominated by the beauty of the Milky Way – a small portion of just one of our galaxies great arms. The Bryce Canyon region is one of the few places left on Earth so devoid of light pollution that you can see it in its full glory, extending from horizon to horizon. Thanks to our BIG telescopes we can show a variety of other distant galaxies, some clustered together, some even colliding, each containing 100s of billion of stars and can show a variety of other distant galaxies, some clustered together, some even colliding, each containing 100s of billion of stars.