DC Wysor Observatory and Museum Foundation, Inc. is a legacy from Davidson Charlton Wysor (1882-1982), a native son of Pulaski County and professional geologist and amateur astronomer, who gave his treasures to the people of Pulaski County. The facility was built and furnished by Mr. Wysor and presented to the Pulaski County School Board at a dedication ceremony on October 19, 1969.
It is open every Friday Night: Eastern Standard Time-8:00 pm-11:00 pm
Daylight Saving Time- 9:00 pm-11:00 pm
A call service is available to schedule tours at other hours at 540-643-0755
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