• Discover out-of-this-world learning at planetariums and observations with a variety of shows and programs on astronomy. 
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  • James C. Veen Observatory - Lowell

    Take a closer look at stars and other objects in the night sky. Two observatory domes and several telescopes for viewing. Viewing season runs mid-April to mid-October on the second and last Saturday of each month.

  • Kalamazoo Valley Museum - Kalamazoo

    FREE GENERAL ADMISSION. A participatory museum of history and technology linking southwestern Michigan to the world through exciting exhibits, programs, a planetarium and a challenger learning center. There are world works loan kits...

  • Longway Planetarium - Flint

    Visit Michigan's largest planetarium. Programs featuring astronomy and laser light shows. Special showings for groups of 20 or more with advance registration. Awe-inspiring educational programs for kids, families, and groups.

  • Robinson Planetarium - Adrian

    Adrian College - Robinson Planetarium The Robinson Planetarium, built in 1966, features a 30 foot dome and a Spitz A-3-P star projector. Seating is available for 62 guests. Come to Adrian and take a journey to learn about the many...

  • Stephen F Wessling Observatory - Fremont

    The Stephen F. Wessling Observatory is located 6 miles north of the city of Fremont, Michigan, on the corner of Baseline and Stone Road. The Observatory is located on the Kropscott Farm donated to the Newaygo Conservation District by...

  • University of Michigan Museum of Natural History - Ann Arbor

    This museum, located on the University of Michigan Campus, houses the state's largest collection of dinosaur skeletons. Displays explore our natural history with special attention to Michigan's prehistoric past. The planetarium has a...

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