If you want an out of this world family day out in Sedona, then why not spend it with the night sky!
Sedona Sky Gazing Tours offer incredible experiences where the family can explore the solar system, the stars and the planets - all in the amazing outdoors of Arizona where the light pollution is low and the stars are out in force.
Sedona Star Gazing Tours take you just out of the city to where it's darker, which means the views from the telescope are even more incredible. At your meeting point, you will relax in chairs and blankets, and listen to amazing facts and stories about the night sky by professional astronomers.
The state of the art telescopes, along with big laser pointers will help you always see what they are referring to. The ratio of astronomers and telescopes is always low, so you will always get a great experience rather than waiting for queues of people to finish their turn.
You will get to experience planets, double stars, star clusters, and even the rings around certain planets.
They astronomers will talk about the various objects within the solar systems, as well as constellations, and other fascinating topics - and they are there to answer your questions too!
Family Days Out recently visited this educational and entertaining attraction and had a great time! The kids just loved it, and it really is a not to be missed experience on your next visit to Sedona!
Space is more than just the final frontier - it's your next family day out destination!
$60 per adult
$35 per child (6-12 years old)
$50 per adult for groups of 5 or more booking together
You can hire private tours of up to 12 people for 2 hours. Great birthday ideas!
Make sure you book in advance, because the tours sell out every weekend and most weekdays
Healthy Eating It's a good idea to bring bottled water or a thermos of hot drinks
Directions will be given when booked, but they will be in the Village of Oak Creek
It's a great idea for students, especially science students - they will get so much out of it! Call ahead to book your spot
They require people to walk 200 yards on dirt and grass, and then to stand up to look through the telescope. They are not considered handicap accessible due to this.
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Times vary between 8pm and 10pm pending the season
All year round.
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