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Lowell Observatory is an astronomical observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona, United States. Lowell Observatory was established in 1894, placing it among the oldest observatories in the United States, and was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1965.
- Flagstaff Observatory
- Private institution
- Flagstaff, Arizona
1400 West Mars Hill Rd Flagstaff AZ, 86001 Get Directions Hours See Hours Weather Contact Us 928.774.3358 email@example.com Get in Touch For more than 125 years, Lowell Observatory has connected people to the universe, through education, exploration and discovery. Our Mission
1400 West Mars Hill Rd Flagstaff AZ, 86001 Directions Hours See Hours Weather Buy Tickets Your Ticket to the Universe Ticket Prices *Members receive free General Admission. Adults (ages 18+): $29 AAA/seniors 55+/military: $26 College Students (with valid ID): $19 Children (ages 5-17): $17 Children 4 and under: FREE
Established in 1894, Lowell Observatory is a leading astronomical and planetary science research institution, National Historical Landmark, and one of the most popular nighttime destinations in Arizona.
LOWELL OBSERVATORY BOOK YOUR STAY | EXPLORE Lowell Observatory If you love the night sky - the stars and the galaxies that exist above us, then you do not want to miss Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff. Sitting on top of Mars Hill Mesa, this observatory will likely change the way you view our existence.
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