Paul And Jane Meyer Observatory12 Votes
- Address: Farm-To-Market Road 182, Valley Mills, TX 76689, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-2543261027
- Tags: Observatory, Family And Kids
Operated at a dark sky site, the Meyer Observatory is operated by the Central Texas Astronomical Society. There are various public house open events that take place here as well as the general public visits quite often to get some more insights about a regular telescope session. If you are into astronomy and would like to learn more about the field, then this place can definitely be visited by you.
More about Valley Mills
Use Valley Mills trip planner to visit Paul And Jane Meyer Observatory and many others to your visit.
How to Reach Paul And Jane Meyer Observatory
- Drive to this attraction.
Love this? Explore the entire list of places to visit in Valley Mills before you plan your trip.
Fancy a good night's sleep after a tiring day? Check out where to stay in Valley Mills and book an accommodation of your choice.
Paul And Jane Meyer Observatory Reviews & Ratings
This is the best place to see the stars and learn astronomy. If you ever get a chance to go to a Star Party here, you must. The space around the observatory is large enough for plenty, and the membership is quite affordable. The people are great and very patient with answering questions, and the telescope is worth going to see on its own. It's worth the drive from the city where the light pollution is minimal.
When the skies are clear I will do my best to be at this Observatory. The guys there gave a great presentation. Definitely worth the short drive from Waco. The experience of going out there is a great night for the whole family... and I have got to get me one of those super laser pointers that that guy had it was incredible!
Amazing place! Amazing people! Annual family memberships are unbelievably affordable. My daughter and I can't wait to get back up there!
If you've never gone to a Star Party, you need to! And bring the family! Look at the Central Texas Astronomical Society's (CTAS) event calendar to find the time and dates for one. On moonless nights, you'll be impressed with how many stars you can see with your eyes while eating great BBQ and meeting favtinating new people. The telescope is no joke either! The CTAS is currently conducting research on White Dwarf Stars and Exoplanets, and if that doesn't sound cool, then I don't know what is
Great observatory offering tours and participatory "star parties" which allow you to see amazing celestial sights. Home of the Central Texas Astronomical Society. Those interested in astronomy and astrophotography would enjoy benefits of this club.