Skip to main content
  1. Travel
  2. City Guides

Fernbank Science Center January events

The Fernbank Science Center has several cool events going on this month. One program is “Night and Day”. It runs January 9-30. Explore the motion of the sun, find the moon, and draw some pictures of the stars.
Another program is called “Two Small Pieces of Glass”. It runs January 7-30. While attending a local star party, students learn how the telescope has helped us understand our place in space and how telescopes continue to expand our understanding of the universe. This program also takes a look at seasonal stars and constellation patterns.
The third program is called “The Sky Tonight” is a Saturday program that gives a guided tour through the constellations, planets, and events of the current evening sky. This program is presented all year except December.
Admission to the Science Center and parking is free. Admission for programs at the planetarium is $4 for adults and $3 for students and seniors. The planetarium is free for ASTC Passport members, friends of Fernbank members, DeKalb school system employees, and Planetary Society members. For more information and operating hours, call 678-874-7102 or visit
The Fernbank Science Center is located at 156 Heaton Park Dr. in Atlanta, GA.



Today's top buzz...

  • Apps
    An aggressive public relations campaign is essential for new apps released each week
    8 Photos
  • Paul McCartney
    Take a look inside the Paul McCartney Out There tour soundcheck in Lincoln, Nebraska
    20 Photos
  • Parmesan crusted burger
    The burger makes a statement with its overflow of melted swiss cheese over a hot beef patty
    6 Photos
  • Marvel Comics news
    Marvel Comics news: 'Avengers NOW' with Falcon as Cap, and the new film schedule
    5 Photos
  • Using metalic paint
    Metallic paint can be used to refinish furniture or to create the illusion of a larger space
    5 Photos
  • Jacob Coker
    We are counting down our top 25 college quarterbacks for 2014
    Football Preview