Indiana State Museum to host Total Solar Eclipse Celebration event

The Indiana State Museum is inviting visitors to get a front-row seat for the total solar eclipse.

The eclipse is happening on April 8, and from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m., visitors are invited to immerse themselves in the once-in-a-lifetime event with eclipse-themed activities, live demonstrations, science experiments and more.

Participants will receive a free pair of solar viewing glasses and will learn how to safely view the eclipse.

As totality approaches at 3:06, attendees can find a spot on the front lawn to view the eclipse, or they can enjoy a live stream indoors.

Space is limited for the event, and registration is required on the Museum’s website by April 5.

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