Tennessee has always been a special place for Stargazers; it offers some of the best weather and clearest skies to enable viewing the celestial wonders and shooting stars.
Local Observatories, Astronomy Groups, and Metro Parks offer plenty of opportunities to view the stars on any occasion and most are free!
From sky tours, to Lectures, to Free Views through some of the most powerful telescopes in the Middle Tennessee, you will be sure to find the perfect venue to experience this rare occasion to learn more about the Stars.
A Local Astronomy listing of Organizations in the Nashville Area
Barnard-Seyfert Astronomical Society
The Barnard-Seyfert Astronomical Society, composed of amateur astronomers, meets monthly. No telescope is required to join the club, just a desire to learn and to share. Prospective members are welcome to attend. *This is one of the most active Astronomy Clubs in the Middle Tennessee Area.
Cumberland Astronomical Society
Cumberland Astronomical Society is an inviting group of astronomy enthusiasts with a willingness to exchange and share anything to do with Astronomy. Their meetings are open to the public for all interested in Astronomy; from beginners to seasoned astronomers.
is composed of over two hundred and forty local amateur astronomical societies from all across the United States, making it the Largest Federation of Ameatur Astronomers in the country. Here You can find more local Astronomer organizations and contacts in your area.
To Find Observatories in Tennessee see Page 2