Good choice. The have a couple of packages worth looking into. Look at their AOP (Advanced Observing Program) where you can be with a technician an use one of their smaller observatories (16" and 20" RC scopes). The tours at KP are nice. They have the largest no. of observatories in the world (26, I think), including the worlds largest Solar telescope (and home of the famaous white Sun image )
Originally Posted by Bloodtoes
Then, also near Tucson, is the Mt. Graham observatories, including the new Large Binocular and the Vatican Observatory.
A great resort is the Loews(sp?) in north Tucson that has a student astronomer that comes out on Friday evenings who talks astronomy and has an 8" SCT for viewing. I think this is still the case.
Near the resort is a beautiful desert canyon that has open air tour buses, which is great on the warmer days.
We know time flies, we just can't see its wings.