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Featured Planetariums/Observatories

Calusa Nature Center & Planetarium

Planetarium shows change monthly, and focus on topics such as meteors, asteroids, comets, sunspots, galaxies, the invention of the telescope, and more via the Konica Minolta Mediaglobe II digital projector. 3450 Ortiz Avenue, Fort Myers, FL 33905. Tel: 239-275-3435. Cost: Fee.... More Info

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Crosby Observatory

Visit an aluminum-domed observatory where groups can see the sky through Florida’s largest publicly accessible refractor telescope. 777 E. Princeton Street, Orlando, Florida 32803. Tel: 407-514-2000. Cost: Fee.

Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust Planetarium

Groups will be amazed as they experience the solar system through the planetrium’s full-dome video presentations and interactive shows. 100 Weldon Blvd., B, Seminole State College - Sanford/Lake Mary Campus, Sanford, FL 32773. Tel: 407-708-2360. Cost: Fee.

Kissimmee Park Observatory

Explore the skies of Osceola County at this observatory located on a peninsula on Lake Tohopekaliga. 1850 Orangewood Ave., Saint Cloud, FL 34772. 407-479-8451. Cost: Fee.

Robinson Observatory

Owned and operated by the University of Central Florida College of Sciences, this observatory allows groups to experience the skies, learn about weather patterns, and more. 12727 Ara Dr., Orlando, FL 32826. Tel: 407-823-2805. Cost: Fee.