Just in time for FREE TUESDAY!
That’s right, the Grand Canyon National Park will be waiving it’s entry fees tomorrow, Tuesday June 21, 2011. You’ll not only save the $25-per-vehicle entry fee on Tuesday–you can also attend a free stargazing party, with astronomers on hand to demystify the night sky.
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Free stargazing events are scheduled each night at the park through June 25.
On Tuesday, the 21st Grand Canyon Star Party event will start at 8:10 p.m. on the Grand Canyon’s South Rim with a slide show inside the visitor center, followed by telescope viewing. Volunteers from amateur astronomer clubs help visitors pick out Saturn and other stars and galaxies, according to the park’s website.
On the North Rim, telescopes are set up on the porch of the Grand Canyon Lodge.