On April 8, 2024, a significant portion of the Adirondacks will be in the path of totality for a total solar eclipse. Take part in this unforgettable experience from abundant viewing spots, including some right on the center line for the longest-lasting view. Plan your total eclipse viewing experience today by selecting a region below to discover top, designated viewing areas; viewing parties; parking locations; and other important travel information.
Here are some public spaces and events where you can plan to view the solar eclipse in the Adirondacks!
From watch parties to live music, kids crafts to astronomy talks, explore eclipse-related events throughout the Adirondacks.Explore More Events
Easy to get to, totally unforgettable for an eclipse experience like no other, where only an eclipse can outshine our mountains.Explore
Take a walk on the quiet side in the big outdoors, where small towns welcome nature lovers and eclipse chasers.Explore
Celebrate totality at our decidedly different, totally stellar Solar Fest, where we take over downtown!Explore
Enjoy the eclipse on the state's 5th-highest mountain and explore community events close to the center line of totality!Explore
Legendary places in wide-open spaces make for big views and even bigger skies at stunning viewing locations.Explore
Educational, science-based activities and events are found here, home of a natural history museum the only astroscience center in the Adirondacks.Explore
Experience totality amid High Peaks, viewing parties at Olympic venues, and easily accessed modern amenities.Explore
Let's make this experience one that you will remember forever. Ad astra!
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