H. MacMillan Space Center the host is epic fun for one of the greatest celestial events in 2019.
The center is open late for the Darkness of the Moon and offers a special performance at the Planetary Starring Theater. They encourage visitors to learn more about the Moon and the gloom, and they will have an open observatory so that guests can view the moon nearby through the telescope. Moreover, the next full solar eclipse will not happen until 2021, making the event special.
However, if it is a rainy night, the center will provide live food to the enchantments of the Star Trek Planetarium.
The observatory is open from 18:30 to 22:30, but the Planetary Star Theater will be held from 19:00 to 20:00. Of course, a complete eclipse occurs between 20:41 and 21:43, so you will have time to see a show in the planetarium as well as to visit the rest of the observatory.
When: Sunday, 20 January 2019 from 18:30 to 22:00
Where: H. MacMillan Space Center – Vanier Park, 11 Chestnut Street
Price: Adults: 14 USD; Child: USD 8.50; Young / old: $ 11; Family (5 people, maximum 2 adults): $ 41
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