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My daughter and I went to visit the place with the idea of taking pictures of the stars. It turned out to be a learning experience about constellations, planets, shooting stars. We were so luck to be able to see the rings of Saturn through...More
Awesome place to view the stars. Take a moment some time and put down your phone and stop texting! Look up at the stars and realize what a great place this really is. The folks here will help you understand what your seeing or you...More
Knowledgeable volunteer astronomers personally share the planets, stars and gallaxies through powerful telescopes with all visitors. The night I went with my cousin we saw Venus as a crescent and Saturn with it's rings. the volunteers answer all questions and stay until everyone present has...More
Hidden treasure of Rhode Island!! Mr. Scott was very friendly and learnt a lot from him. What a wonderful way to explore beyond the sky without a rockets.
Trillion dollars😀😀😀. Na, donations welcome. A wonderful experience without costing a penny!!
Beautiful Friday night(07/17/15) and we got to see Saturn!! They also had a display on the side of the building of the recent pics of Pluto. Staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. Great place to go!
What an incredible treasure!!!! This is an amazing place. Scott is so friendly and knowledgeable. The telescopes are top quality. We always take all friends n family when they visit n they r always blown away by it. We saw Saturn n the Milky Way...More
This observatory is located at Ninigret Park in Charlestown. It is only open clear Friday nights when it gets dark during the summer months. When you go, you stand in line to get into the Observatory. Once you get up the stairs, there is usually...More
The observatory is pretty cool, in a pretty dark location. The main telescope they have is pretty powerful and you can see planets pretty clearly. The night we were there, they were looking at Jupiter, one of my favorites. I went here one night with...More
Every clear Friday night, the Frosty Drew Observatory opens its rustic doors to a huge telescope for star and planet gazing. The people who are in charge of it are knowledgeable, eager to answer questions, and very helpful when young eyes are having difficulty focusing...More
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