Buffalo Museum of Science Offers Weeklong Eclipse-A-Palooza Program for Spring Break Families

Buffalo Museum of Science Hosts Eclipse-A-Palooza Event

As spring break looms, families in Buffalo, New York may be seeking activities to fill their time off. If you’re in the area, the Buffalo Museum of Science is offering Eclipse-A-Palooza, a weeklong program focused on the upcoming Solar Eclipse on April 8th.

Eclipse-A-Palooza will feature daily activities designed to educate visitors about the eclipse, including what occurs during the event, the technology used to observe astronomical events and an Eclipse Eve celebration. The museum has been designated as a “subject matter expert site” by NASA for the days leading up to the eclipse and will have NASA scientists and educators hosting programming throughout the weekend.

The program will run from April 1st to 7th with activities taking place from 10AM to 2PM each day. Regular museum admission includes entry to exhibits, and Buffalo Public School students can enjoy free admission on April 5th to 7th. It’s important to note that the museum will be closed on April 8th, the day of the eclipse.

If you’re interested in attending Eclipse-A-Palooza at the Buffalo Museum of Science, tickets can be purchased on their website. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn more about this exciting astronomical event!

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