University Lowbrow Astronomers

Astronomy Open Houses at the Leslie Science Center

What is it?

The Open Houses at the Leslie Science Center are an opportunity for the general public to look through telescopes and view a variety of astronomical objects. These open houses are hosted by the University Lowbrow Astronomers. Members of the club bring their own telescopes and visitors are also encouraged to bring their own telescopes and setup before its dark. Visitors are also encouraged to bring their own binoculars.

When is it open?

There are several open houses at the Leslie Science Center each year. Open houses begin at sunset. Go here for a schedule. If conditions are unusually cold or if it is cloudy, the open house may be canceled. If in doubt, call (734) 975-3248 after 4 PM the day of the event to determine the status. Closing time is season dependent: 11:00 PM in winter, later for the rest of the year.

(The Lowbrows host several events throughout the year. Go here for a calendar of astronomy events).

How do I get there?

This map shows the location of the Leslie Science Center (1831 Traver Road in Northeast Ann Arbor). (For more information about the Leslie Science Center, go to the Leslie Science Center web page).

Detail of North Campus Area of Ann Arbor

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