Honestly, I have never been to the Adler Planetarium. I have intended to go for about the last decade or so, but it just hasn’t happened. I once sat on the Planetarium’s lawn to try to watch the fourth of July fireworks – that was a disaster as it was freezing and a fog rolled in which completely covered any fireworks that may have been fired.
Back to the Adler Planetarium… it’s free this week (June 7-12)!!!! So, if you’re like me and you have yet to look into giant telescopes or learn fun facts about planets, now is the time! General admission, regularly $10, allows you access to all of the exhibits, including the special exhibit Telescopes: Through the Looking Glass. You can upgrade and see a show for $7 or enjoy the Atwood Sphere Experience or a Special Guided Tour for $3 each. Plus, the Adler Planetarium has extended its hours this week to 9:30 – 5PM. To learn more about what’s at the Adler Planetarium, because I certainly can’t do any of the exhibits justice, just click here.
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