Memorial Eclipse Viewing
Monday 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
620 N Harvey Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102

On Monday, April 8, a total solar eclipse will pass over Oklahoma. The Oklahoma City National Memorial is outside the direct path of totality. However, the Memorial grounds and Museum overlook are excellent locations to view the impressive partial eclipse that will reach about 93.9% coverage.

12:00 – The National Park Service will begin to distribute free Eclipse Safety Glasses at the Survivor Tree

12:30 – The National Park Service will give a short presentation about the wonder of this natural phenomenon and how to safely view it at the Survivor Tree. The eclipse will begin to be visible at about 12:27. It is never safe to look at an eclipse without a solar filter

1:45 – The best time to view the eclipse will be between 1:40 and 1:50, reaching peak coverage at 1:45. National Park Service will be at the Survivor Tree with free Eclipse Safety Glasses and information about the eclipse

3:04 – The Eclipse will no longer be visible in OKC by 3:04

Reserve your tickets to the Museum here. The Memorial is always free and open 24-7.

Learn more about the Eclipse from NPS here.

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