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The Buffalo Museum of Science is the perfect destination for families looking to make the most of their spring break. This week-long programming event, called Eclipse-A-Palooza, is dedicated to the upcoming Solar Eclipse on April 8th. Each day will feature activities that will educate visitors about the eclipse and its significance, including what happens during an eclipse and the technology used to observe astronomical events.

NASA has named the Buffalo Museum of Science a “subject matter expert site” for the days leading up to the eclipse. This means that NASA scientists and educators will be on hand to host programming throughout the weekend before the eclipse. Eclipse-A-Palooza will take place from April 1st to 7th, with activities running from 10AM to 2PM each day. Entry to the exhibits is included with regular museum admission, and Buffalo Public School students can enjoy free admission on April 5th to 7th.

If you’re interested in attending this unique event, tickets can be purchased online for your convenience. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn about and experience the solar eclipse at one of Buffalo’s premier museums. Plan your visit today and make it a memorable spring break activity for your family!

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