General Admission

Time

All-day access with in and out privileges

When

Daily except Tuesdays: 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Tuesdays: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Price

$25 adults (18+)

$16 children (5-17)

General Admission Ticket

General Admission gives you all-day access to 127 years of astronomical discovery at Lowell Observatory. Walk in the steps of Clyde Tombaugh, who discovered Pluto at Lowell in 1930, and marvel at the 125-year-old, 24-inch Clark Refractor, which is still in operation today. At night, discover planets, distant gas clouds and far-off galaxies through the six state-of-the-art telescopes of the Giovale Open Deck Observatory under the famously dark skies of Flagstaff. General Admission also includes access to numerous talks and tours throughout the day.

 

Ticket Prices

*Members receive free General Admission.

Daily except Tuesdays:

  • Adults (ages 18+): $25
  • AAA/seniors 55+/students/military: $22
  • Children (ages 5-17): $16
  • Children 4 and under: FREE

Tuesdays (close at 5pm):

  • Adults (ages 18+): $18
  • AAA/seniors 55+/students/military: $16
  • Children (ages 5-17): $12
  • Children 4 and under: FREE

Flagstaff and Coconino County locals and their guests (daily, with ID):

  • Adults (ages 18+): $15
  • Children (ages 5-17): $10
  • Children 4 and under: FREE

Note: Stargazing may not be available during inclement weather. Check Lowell’s WeatherUnderground forecast here.

Explore General Admission

The Historic Clark Refractor