Eighth Annual Astronomy Festival on the National Mall

  • Across from the National Museum of African American History & Culture 1400 Constitution Avenue Northwest Washington, DC, 20560 United States

This free public stargazing even is organized by Dr. Donald Lubowich, Coordinator of Astronomy Outreach at Hofstra University. The Astronomy Festival on the National Mall (AFNM) will feature solar, optical, and radio telescope observations of the Sun, Moon, Jupiter, and Saturn; hands-on activities, demonstrations, hand-outs, posters, banners, and videos; a planetarium show with a portable blow-up dome, speakers from scientific and educational organizations, and a chance to mingle with astronomers.

The event will occur across from the National Museum of African American History & Culture, north of the Washington Monument.

Learn more and register for free here.