Eclipse-A-Palooza: A Week of Activities for Families During the Solar Eclipse

Buffalo Museum of Science Hosts Eclipse-A-Palooza Event

The Solar Eclipse is just around the corner and families in Buffalo, New York are looking for fun activities to do during their spring break. The Buffalo Museum of Science has got you covered with its weeklong program, Eclipse-A-Palooza.

From April 1st to 7th, the museum will host daily activities that will teach visitors everything they need to know about the eclipse. These activities include what happens during the event, the technology used to observe astronomical events and even an Eclipse Eve celebration. The museum has been named 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.

Eclipse-A-Palooza will take place from 10AM to 2PM each day, with regular museum admission including entry to the exhibits. 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 educational and exciting opportunity to learn more about the upcoming Solar Eclipse!

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