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Watched the Solar Eclipse movie at the Planetarium, but more impressive was the time the Planetarium Director spent with the crowd AFTER to tell us about the big Solar Eclipse and what to expect. It was good information and he even simulated the difference between...More
Great place to visit. Kids from ages 2-8 all had a blast looking at all of the artwork. Everyone in our group enjoyed the museum and especially the Native American section. If you have a chance, the planetarium movies are wonderful
This center began as an observatory. While it is still that, it has a circular imax theater, a gift shop, a herpetological display. It also provides a lecture hall for many community-based events. What isn't well known is that this center serves as a repository...More
The Herrett is always great. Small museum but plenty of hands-on stuff for the kids to do and the planetarium is amazing. There are also rotating art exhibits, usually local artists. Definitely worth checking out. The museum and art exhibitions are free, the planetarium does...More
Went to see the show "Star of Bethlehem". It was interesting but didn't really answer any questions about what the Star of Bethlehem really was. The brief show afterwards about the night sky was very informative. Definitely worth the visit and the cost is very...More
We enjoyed a great little show called Star of Bethlehem at the planetarium in the Herrett Center. A lot of thought went into this one hour production to make it informative, teaching us about planets and stars. The price is very reasonable ($6) and students...More