Half an hour from Bolzano, but far from the bell lights of the city you can find the first and only observatory in South Tyrol: the observatory "Max Valier" with the sun observatory "Peter Anich". It provides locals and visitors insights into the worlds of space, amazing views of our sun and tips on practical celestial observation.
- Panoramic location at the entrance to the Dolomites
- Large 6m dome Cassergrain reflecting telescope
- 80 cm primary mirror with 8 m focal length
- Computer-controlled orientation to 19 million celestial objects
- 152 mm APO refractor
"Peter Anich" sun observatory
- 190 mm APO refractor
- H-alpha filter
- observaory terrace
- Planet way 7 km trought the beautyfull landscape
Daytime you can walk alone or with a guide on our planet way. Both the periodicity and the size ratios in the solar system are equal. The view through the solar telescope on the sun buzzing will surely be remembered.
At night revealing the true riches of heaven.
Let the experts in astronomy introduce you and look at a clear sky with our telescopes and see the constellations explain.
Daytime: The Planet way is available all year-round. The opening times of the solar observatory informs the homepage: www.sternwarte.it
Night: Guided tours year-round every Thursday. Duration of tour approximately 1.5 hours.
Telephonic registration is necessary.
Special guided tours every Wednesday and Friday by appointment.
5,00 Euro for adults
2,50 Euro for students
Special tours: 100 Euro lump sum