Partial Solar Eclipse Viewing Party at Frost Science

In 2024, on April 8th, a total solar eclipse will sweep across the United States, from Texas to Maine. Although Miami won’t be directly in the path of totality this time, it will still experience a partial solar eclipse. The waterfront museum Frost Science is inviting guests to join in a partial solar eclipse viewing party starting at noon on April 8th. To celebrate this rare event, the museum will offer special programming in the planetarium and throughout its galleries, exploring the science and history of eclipses.

Visitors can view the partial solar eclipse from one of six museum levels while being reminded to use solar viewers to protect their eyes. These viewers are provided for free with ticket purchase. Activities such as building a lunar base camp, creating a pinhole camera, storytime, an interactive eclipse show and more leading up to the main event are available for attendees. For non-members, tickets start at $37.95 for ages 12 and older and $26.95 for children ages four to eleven, granting full access to the museum and eclipse programming. However, rooftop access during the event will be limited to active Frost Science members on a first-come, first-served basis.

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