Telescopes for BeginnersOnce you’ve looked up on a clear, starry night in the countryside and witnessed the Milky Way without the disturbance from the artificial light of the city, you will be mesmerised by the beauty and in awe of the size of the universe. Practice your new hobby at home with a telescope for beginners and move up to bigger lenses and more complicated settings once you’ve mastered the basics of telescope viewing. We have a telescope for beginners and advanced stargazers for the best view.
Have you recently developed an interest in astrology and outer space? Here are three of the best telescopes we would recommend for beginner star gazers:
- Meade 60mm Infinity. This telescope is a refracting telescope to view the night sky or objects on land. It comes with three eyepieces and a 2x Barlow lens.
- Sky-Watcher 70/700 AZ2 Refractor Telescope. A step up from the Meade, this refractor will give you a clearer, brighter image the right side up, with a 6x24 finder scope and a 1.25-inch, 90° Star Diagonal.
- Celestron telescope, with StarSense technology. Take your hobby a step further by connecting the telescope to your smartphone to get a real-time view of the stars and their position. You can then use the StarSense Explorer software via your phone to find a specific star, and it will guide you to find it on the telescope.
What Else You Can Expect
We are all about discoveries for kids and adults to learn more about nature and the amazing planet we call home. Besides gazing into outer space, you can explore closer to home with brainbox kits and science experiments to gain a better understanding of how gravity, physics and magnetics work in real life.
You can learn and play together as a family with educational board games so you can all have fun playing together while educating your kids on trading, the economy, art and puzzles, among others.