End of Summer

Greetings All,


It has been a hot and stormy summer thus far, as we hope you have all stayed safe and dry. Hurricane season in Florida will soon reach its peak. We will be taking a short break in bookings for the month of September, as we prepare our fall and winter schedule. We have many exciting things in the coming months.


In October. We are excited to announce our Halloween Special Event Week! From Oct 24-29th join us for a special stargazing evening focusing on the Myths and Lore of the Full Moon, including legends of werewolves! Our expert astronomical program will include closeup views of the waxing near full moon in our large telescope along with related discussions and stories. As always, snacks and drinks will be provided on the tour. Space is limited to 10 seats per night so book your tickets now!
Reminder: For the special event nights, please book directly through our website as the event is not available through our booking partners, including Tripadvisor.


Autumn is right around the corner and the arrival of cooler nights and more comfortable stargazing. We will soon be able to view Saturn on our tour along with many terrific objects in the Sagittarius constellation. We are also excited for the return of Cassiopeia and her husband in the sky Cepheus. Later in the fall we will look toward Andromeda and our sister galaxy!

Safe and happy viewing everyone!

We are now open for Fall and Winter Tours!
Please click here to reserve your seat!

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Your Guide

Jason Grauberger

Originally from Colorado, Jason relocated to Florida over 10 years ago, and together with his wife, reside in sunny Southwest Florida. A lifelong astronomy devotee, he draws inspiration from his unwaivering enthusiasm for the stars and the boundless unknown of space. He takes a personal interest in teaching others about the wonders of the Night Sky and telling stories about humanity's quest for celestial knowledge. 

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