Did you know that Springfield, Vermont is one of the most magical places in the world for stargazing? Established in 1920, the Stellafone Observatory has been the place for astronomy lovers from near and far to go and view the planets, constellations, stars, and more.

Since 1926, the Stellafone Convention has been held annually here. Typically in August, telescope makers of all levels convene to share ideas and appreciate the seasonal meteor shower that usually takes place this time of year during this event. Want to know more? Read on to learn about what you’ll be able to explore from this stunning vantage point in Vermont.

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Have you been to the Stellafane Observatory to stargaze when you were in Vermont? If so, feel free to share your experience in the following comment section.

For more ideas of where to appreciate the night sky and other natural wonders in the Green Mountain State, take a look at these beautiful places in Vermont too.

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