Ten Unique Places to View the National Eclipse

NATIONAL ECLIPSE BLOG

ten_unique_places Ten unique places to view the National Eclipse on August 21, 2017.

With less than a year to go until the National Eclipse touches down in the U.S., the obligatory top ten lists of the “best” or “greatest” viewing sites are starting to pop up in the media and around the web. Usually, these lists focus on places with the most promising weather prospects, the longest durations of totality, or the most interesting local attractions. To be sure, these lists are valuable if you’re still trying to decide where to go to see the eclipse. But for our list, we decided to resist the temptation to mimic what everyone else is doing and instead add some levity to the decisionmaking process by offering our picks for the most quirky, outrageous, or just plain unique places to view the National Eclipse. On August 21, 2017, everyone should seek out clear skies and…

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