The Land of Going All Out
All this time, we’ve been telling you that Cleveland is the center of the universe. Well, do you believe us now?
The stars are literally aligning over The Land for a blackout you’ll never forget. On April 8, 2024, at 3:13 pm, Cleveland will be in the path of totality for the solar eclipse. If you’ve never seen an eclipse, this is the only way to do it, as the moon will block out the sun for nearly four minutes – one of the longest durations of any major city in the path of totality.
Bring the whole family – the dog included – for a day of celestial wonders with unobstructed views of the eclipse over Lake Erie that can be enjoyed from acres of gorgeous green spaces, with special kid-friendly science programming from NASA’s Glenn Research Center and the Great Lakes Science Center.
Have questions related to the Solar Eclipse? You can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.