Valentine's Night at the Observatory

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Valentine's Night at the Observatory

We are once again planning a beautiful evening for you and your special someone to spend Valentine's Night under the stars.

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Cincinnati Observatory 3489 Observatory Place Cincinnati, OH 45208

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Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 2 hours 30 minutes
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Treat your special someone this Valentine’s Day with one of Cincinnati’s most exclusive events. Your evening will start with an exquisitely plated dinner at a softly lit table for two, complete with indulgent gourmet desserts. Followed by a romantic tour of the Observatory and a champagne toast to make your night sparkle. Weather permitting, you and your valentine will end your night the most enchanting way possible, star gazing through America’s oldest public telescope. There will be chances to win prizes through the night. Each couple will receive a set of wine glasses beautifully etched with the Observatory logo, our Valentine’s Day gift to you.

Seating is extremely limited and this event will sell out. Tickets are priced per couple (1 ticket admits 2).

Purchase your tickets now!

This event is 21 and up only.

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The Cincinnati Observatory is known as ‘The Birthplace of American Astronomy.’ It houses one of the oldest working telescopes in the world and was the first public observatory in the western hemisphere. Recently restored to its original beauty, the Observatory is a fully functioning 19th century observatory used daily by the public and amateur astronomers. The main telescopes are an 11-inch Merz and Mahler refractor from 1845 and a 16-inch Alvan Clark and Sons refractor from 1904. The historic buildings are designated as a National Historic Landmark, and the grounds provide a serene, park-like setting while still being centrally located in the city of Cincinnati.