The Stars Come Out at Boscobel
Thursday, April 14 | 9:30 am, 11:00 am, & 1:00 pm
This Spring Break, small groups are invited inside Boscobel’s StarLab to explore the cosmos with Museum Educator, Lisa DiMarzo. Enter an inflatable planetarium and relax on the floor. Learn how the stars were used to find your way in 1808 and which constellations you can find in the spring skies. A StarLab is one of the most interactive ways for children (and adults) to learn about the night skies. Lisa DiMarzo combines stars, constellations, and story-telling for an exciting, entertaining, and enlightening experience. This hour-long program includes grounds admission to Boscobel House and Gardens for the day. After the program, stay around and stroll Boscobel’s budding gardens, hike our woodland trail, or take in our iconic views.
Learn to spot:
Leo the Lion,
Polaris the North Star,