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Valentine's Night at Cincinnati Observatory

Kyle Pope
7-9 p.m., Thursday February 14 | $50

 There is nothing more romantic than the night sky. Starry-eyed lovers have been gazing upward in wonder for millennia. So, this year give your Valentine a true, out-of-this-world experience at the Cincinnati Observatory high atop Mt. Lookout. On Valentine's night, the "Birthplace of American Astronomy" will offer music, drinks, chocolate, flowers and viewing of the planets Venus, Jupiter and Mars through the historic telescopes (weather permitting). 



Where: Cincinnati Observatory Center
Phone: 513-321-5186
Address: 3489 Observatory Place
Website: www.cincinnatiobservatory.org

Cincinnati Observatory Center

3489 Observatory Place
Cincinnati, Ohio
45208
 
Founded in 1842, the Cincinnati Observatory houses the oldest fully operational telescope in the nation. Open to the public on most Thursdays and Fridays and the occasional Saturday.
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