Located in one of the darkest points in Southern Ontario the "Long Point Observatory" is Canada's newest public astronomical observatory. Boasting a state-of-the-art 40-centimetre (16-inch) Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope identical to those used for public viewing at the largest mountain-top research observatories in North America. This telescope is capable of revealing celestial objects 10,000 times fainter than the faintest objects visible to the naked eye. Renowned for dark skies free from light pollution, Long Point provides optimum conditions for astronomical viewing.
All these experiences are on site - park your car for the day!