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Spring School Break at the Henry Hudson Planetarium

  • Presented By: Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center Location: Henry Hudson Planetarium at the Albany Visitors Center 25 Quackenbush Square, Corner of Broadway and Clinton Ave., Albany, 12207 Albany, 12207
  • Dates: April 3, 2018
  • Time: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • Price: $3 all seats
  • Overview

    Stars of the Pharaoh: Are the stars in Egypt the same stars we see in Albany? Answer this question and more when we turn the Henry Hudson Planetarium into a starry Egyptian landscape. Learn about the Egyptian's relationship with our celestial skies and how their astronomer's discoveries continue to influence us today. Together, we will learn about the ancient art of mummifications and families will leave the Planetarium with homemade Egyptian inspired accessories sure to be the envy of any Pharaoh! Appropriate for ages 8 and up.

    PLEASE NOTE:  Based on the nature of our programming, once the star program has begun and the planetarium doors are closed, there is no admittance.  Best policy is to arrive before the scheduled program time to be assured admittance.