My Facebook feed is busy with political news, but it is also chalkful of talk about the upcoming Solar Eclipse. It’s only natural that the fun team at the Perot Museum will be hosting an educational experience for guests to enjoy. While Texas may not be in the totality zone when the sun and moon cross paths Aug. 21 during the solar eclipse, but Lone Star State onlookers can enjoy a partial eclipse during the outdoor watch party at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science!
From noon-2 p.m. visitors will gather on the Museum Plaza to partake in all sorts of sun-sational eclipse excitement including a live NASA feed of the total eclipse, an eclipse-themed photo booth, creating pinhole cameras with the Perot Museum TECH Truck, miniature solar systems and other out-of-this-world space activities.
The outdoor event is free and open to the public.
General admission fees will still apply for indoor visits.
Learn more information here