Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium

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From the World of Insects to the Starry Sky

The Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium in St. Johnsbury, Vermont is a renowned museum and planetarium. Founded by Franklin Fairbanks in 1891, it has since become one of the most important educational institutions in the region.

Today, the museum houses an impressive collection of over 175,000 artifacts and exhibits, covering a variety of areas of natural history, science, cultural history and art. Its collections include minerals, fossils, plants, animals, birds, insects, historical objects, works of art and so much more.

A particular highlight of the Fairbanks Museum is its very own planetarium, offering fascinating shows and performances that, among other things, allow you to deeply immerse yourself in the starry sky.

The demonstrations include presentations on astronomy, space travel, planets and other celestial phenomena. The planetarium uses cutting-edge technology to offer an unrivaled, awe-inspiring and immersive experience.

1302 Main St, St Johnsbury, VT 05819

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