Looking for more of a family affair on Valentine’s Day? Desert Botanical Gardens is inviting visitors to be moonstruck at the Garden.
The intriguing, Museum of the Moon by UK artist Luke Jerram inspires awe with a 23-foot diameter glowing moon that provides detailed views of the lunar surface fused with a stellar soundtrack by composer Dan Jones all with the beautiful inspiring Desert Botanical Gardens as a backdrop, February 7 – 14.
What makes the views even better? On Tuesday, February 14, admission to Desert Botanical Gardens, which includes Museum on the Moon is FREE. In fact, FREE Admission for DBG’s Community Day is offered every 2nd Tuesday, which just happens to fall on the Day of Love this month.
Here’s a couple of events scheduled during Museum of the Moon on February 14, which are also FREE:
Children and Family Pop-Ups: 10:00 am – 3:30 pm
Enjoy hands-on activity stations designed for children of all ages and the young at heart, under the unique backdrop of the Museum of the Moon.
Phoenix Astronomical Society Telescopes: Sunset – 9 pm
Telescope stations with astronomers.
Reservations for Community Day’s FREE Admission to Desert Botanical Gardens on February 14 is required, book reservations here.
For more Free and Cheap Museums around the Phoenix area, click here.