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New York, New York
Planetarium
Troy, New York
Children's, Nature Centers, Planetarium, Science
Binghamton, New York
Art, History, Historic House, Planetarium, Science
Roberson is our community's premier institution for art, science, and cultural education, with an emphasis on community and education. Roberson provides permanent facilities and changing gallery exhibitions for art, scienfce, and local history. Roberson welcomes people of all ages and backgrounds and seeks to excite and enrich through creative and interactive experiences that lead to a greater understanding of ourselves, our neighbors, our world, and our universe.
Centerport, New York
Culture, Historic House, Natural History, Park, Planetarium, Science
The Vanderbilt built in three stages from 1910 until 1936 is a unique combination of historic estate and mansion, marine and natural-history museum, planetarium and park. William K. Vanderbilt II called his estate Eagles Nest. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is home to the Vanderbilt Museum.
Hyde Park, New York
Planetarium
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