An awe-inspiring opportunity to explore the Winter Night Skies from Apache-Sitgreaves Observatory using Arizona's LARGEST dedicated public telescope. Visitors observe interesting astronomical objects and phenomena under some of the best skies in the South West. This 1.5 to 2 hour program starts in the early evening and accommodates 20 people.
Maps: Do not use Google or other maps apps (they will get you lost)! Use these Maps.
Tickets: Our online system will not process a ticket request if the number of tickets available is less than the number you are requesting. If filled, please try another date.
Note: Please make sure to provide us with your cell phone number when entering your contact information during the ticket purchase process. Your purchase serves as your reservation. Your name will automatically appear on the Will Call List, which your program guide will have.
If you have a problem making a purchase or with using an international credit cards - Please contact the office at 480.221.9738 or ASO@Apache-Sitgreaves.org for assistance.
Clothing: PLEASE dress appropriately (bring a winter coat, hats and gloves)! When we are sitting and looking up at the sky we feel the ambient outside temperature and although it is warm in Phoenix, it will be substantially colder (20-25 degrees) after the sun sets in Overgaard which is at an elevation of just under 7000 ft. Do your best to bring warm clothing; your experience will be enhanced when you are dressed appropriately. It is better to be prepared than cold!