Each week of Home for the Holidays offers something new to see and do. Luckily, we’ve extended our hours, so there’s all the more time to enjoy this seasonal celebration.

Home for the Holidays extended hours:
Saturday – Wednesday: 11AM – 5PM
Thursday – Friday: 11AM – 9PM

Friday, November 23

Black Friday Sale
Save 30% on Museum Shop purchases.

Holiday Mansion Tours (6PM and 7PM)
Take a walk through our Mansion and hear stories that will put you in the holiday spirit. Learn about the Roberson family, their origins, and get to know their generosity and commitment to building a more thoughtful community.

Planetarium Shows
12:30PM: Earth, Moon, & Sun
1:30PM: Season of Light
2:30PM: From Earth to the Universe
3:30PM: Let it Snow
6:00PM: Season of Light
7:00PM: Polaris: The Star That Doesn’t Move?


Saturday, November 24
Santa’s Craftshop (12:00PM – 3PM)
Enter Santa’s Craftshop where kids of all ages can participate in making a holiday craft celebrating the cultures and traditions that embody this season.

Planetarium Shows
12:30PM: From “Planet X” to New Horizons: The Story of Pluto
1:30PM: Let it Snow
2:30PM: Two Small Pieces of Glass
3:30PM: Season of Light

Holiday Mansion Tours (1, 2, and 3PM)

EPAC Cast from ELF Jr. The Musical (2PM – 3PM)

The cast from ELF Jr. The Musical from the Endicott Performing Arts Center will be visiting Roberson Museum to spread holiday magic within our halls. Come sample some songs from their upcoming performance, which will take place Nov.30th – Dec 2nd.


Sunday, November 25

Museum Shop Sunday!
Discounts on Roberson Museum Shop items.

Holiday Mansion Tours (1, 2, and 3PM)

Planetarium Shows
12:30PM: Season of Light
1:30PM: The Life & Death of the Sun
2:30PM: Let it Snow
3:30PM: Dream to Fly


Thanks to this week’s sponsor

Support provided by the general operations support grants from the United Cultural Fund, a program of the Broome County Arts Council; the Conrad and Virginia Klee Foundation; the Zoos, Botanical Gardens and Aquariums Program, administered by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreational, and Historical Preservation; and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.