Welcome

to the Punxsutawney Weather
Discovery Center!

Punxsutawney – home of the world-famous furry weather forecaster – is also known as “The Weather Capital of the World.” That makes us the ultimate destination to learn how the science and folklore of weather prediction collide!

Attention: As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, we have made the decision to be open Thurdays, Fridays, and Saturdays only from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. As time goes on, we hope to restore our full operating hours.

Please click here to view our health and safety policies and procedures for our visitors prior to your visit.

What’s New?

Celebrate July 4th with us!
Celebrate July 4th with us!

Independence Day is celebrated on Saturday this year. The Weather Discovery Center will be open! Before or after your Fourth of July picnic, stop by and have some interactive fun and learn about the science and folklore of weather! Our hours on Saturday, July 4 are 10...

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Pull Up Clouds Makes its Debut
Pull Up Clouds Makes its Debut

The excitement of reopening on June 25 after being closed for three months was eclipsed only by the debut of our new exhibit - Pull Up Clouds. Planning for an exhibit about cloud types began in 2019 with the design team at Carnegie Science Center. Construction on the...

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BOY SCOUT OCEANOGRAPHY MERIT BADGE
Saturday, July 25th
9 a.m.- noon; Cost: $15

Additional details about pre-requisites and safety precautions can be found at weatherdiscovery.org/programs/boy-scouts/.

Registration deadline: July 22nd
Call 814-938-1000 or email info@weatherdiscovery.org
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