You can become a solar eclipse pro by visiting Mammoth Cave National Park on Saturday, October 14 to experience a partial solar eclipse. Safely watch as the moon passes between the Earth and the Sun, partially blocking it from our view at 10:39 a.m. CDT.
Come early to participate in fun interactive solar eclipse-themed activities with the park rangers!
9 a.m. — Learn about “The Science Behind an Eclipse” with Ranger Aaron as he explains the science behind the rare partial eclipse event in the visitor center museum.
9:45 a.m. —Visit a Kid’s Workshop Station at the visitor center to create your own pinhole projector to safely view the partial eclipse.
All Day — Join the Junior Astronomer Program and take part in the Junior Astronomy Pledge and Patch Ceremony scheduled for after the eclipse.
All partial eclipse activities will take place at the park visitor center and are free and open to the public, with no tickets or reservations required. Participants are advised to arrive early.