Sat. Jun 22nd, 2024
Space is limited at Science Mill for eclipse viewing

The Science Mill in Johnson City is offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for visitors to witness the April 8 total solar eclipse. This rare astronomical event will allow visitors to experience the moon completely blocking out the sun for approximately 4 minutes starting at 1:35 p.m. on that Monday.

The museum, which is conveniently located near the path of totality, is an ideal spot to view this incredible event. Each ticket includes regular museum admission for four people, four solar eclipse-viewing glasses, and a designated parking space in the west parking lot off of U.S. 290. Note that parking availability is subject to weather conditions and can only be guaranteed inside the west parking lot where the event will take place.

Located at 101 S. Lady Bird Lane, the Science Mill is easily accessible for those interested in attending the solar eclipse viewing. Due to its popularity, tickets are limited and walk-ins will not be permitted on April 8. To reserve your tickets or get more information about the event, visit sciencemill.org, call 844-263-6405, or email info@sciencemill.org don’t miss this incredible opportunity to witness history at the Science Mill in Johnson City!

By Aiden Nguyen

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