View the wonders of the Night Sky up close through the powerful telescopes housed in Coats Observatory, Scotland's oldest public observatory.
During the winter months, the observatory is open for night sky telescope viewing depending on the weather. These sessions are free and there is no need to book. On clear nights, the telescope is trained on the moon, the planets and other interesting sights in the sky.
Telescope viewings, whether night sky or solar, need clear skies and low wind. If a scheduled telescope viewing can't go ahead for some reason, alternatives like planetarium shows will be arranged.
Last entry 8.45pm
Added by andy.stevens on January 26, 2012