We just happened to cross this observatory while walking around on top of Petrin Hill. I am now so pleased we found this little attraction, you have the opportunity to look through the telescopes and they tell you about them and how they work. While we were there they had the telescope at the Sun, and you were able to see soloar flares and sunspots. Any questions we had they were only happy to answer.
As this isn't a popular attraction, there are no queues and so you had as much time as you like looking through the telescope was like having a personal tour. The observatory also opens at night when the sky is clearer and you have the opportunity to view planets / comments or what ever is viewable at the current time.
For the obvious reasons I would recommend only going on clear sky days. It is right next to the observatory tower on petrin hill.
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