The map below shows locations of public stargazing events where you can go stargazing tonight. Many events are free of charge or where a small donation is asked for. To view all forthcoming stargazing events see our events map or check the events calendar. You may also register to receive event notifications.
Stargazing Events Tonight
Webbers Post, South of Horner, TA24
Join an Exmoor Ranger to walk to the top of National Trusts’ Dunkery Beacon as the sun goes down. We hope to see meteors in action and the many star constellations in our dark skies or we’ll make our way up through rain and cloud, listening for...
Tonight from 17:15
Wembury Beach Car Park, Plymouth, PL9 0HP
Join members from Plymouth Astronomical Society for this special event observing the Orionids meteor shower at Wembury Beach car park.
Tonight from 19:00
Cygnus Observatory, Washington, NE38 8LE
Members of the public are invited to join enthusiastic members of Sunderland Astronomical Society for an evening of stargazing and observing through their large aperture telescopes. If you need assistance with your own telescope you are welcome to...
Tonight from 19:00
Clanfield Observatory, Clanfield, PO8
Join the members of Hampshire Astronomical Group at their Clanfield Observatory for this one of their regular public open evenings. The event includes a tour of the facilities and looking through their large telescopes if weather permits. These...
Tonight from 19:15
Bruce Observatory - Whitby School, Whitby, YO21 1LA
Everyone is invited to join astronomers from Whitby & District Astronomical Society for this one of their regular Sunday evening public observing sessions at the Bruce Observatory. These events are subject to favourable weather conditions and...
Tonight from 19:30
The Sill National Landscape Discovery Centre, Hexham, NE47 7AN
Visit The Sill and discover the magic of meteors with an introduction to radio astronomy, and how to make a comet! The event is timed to coincide with the Orionid meteor shower that will reach its maximum rate of activity on 21st October.
Tonight from 20:00