Don't miss out on the opportunity of a lifetime! Waco, Texas is set to be a premier location directly in the path of the total solar eclipse coming through the U.S. on April 8, 2024 and we've got an expansive outdoor venue to view it from! You won’t want to miss this one of a kind experience.  Get your tickets today! 

THE EXperience of a lifetime!

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Why Choose Us?

Quiet Countryside Viewing

Choosing the right location in Waco to observe the solar eclipse can make or break your experience.  Rather than purchase individual tickets, pay by the car load and park on our private property. The open countryside will provide visitors with a more personal and intimate view of the eclipse.  Along with lots of wide open space, there will be food and drink vendors available.  Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have or visit our FAQ page.  We can't wait for you to join us for this once in a lifetime event right here in Waco!


Approximate Length of the Eclipse (in local time):

Partial Eclipse Begins: 12:20PM
Totality Begins: 1:38PM
Totality Ends: 1:42PM
Partial Eclipse Ends: 3:00PM

Why Choose Waco?

Your premier viewing destination

Looking for a great place to observe the 2024 total solar eclipse? You found it! With approximately 4 minutes and 13 seconds of totality, Waco is a prime location for watching the eclipse.  Its exceptional length of highway along Interstate 35 makes Waco one of the best places in Texas to witness this once in a lifetime event.  Waco also offers an easy route from several Texas cities including Austin, Fort Worth, and Dallas. In addition, the weather forecast for April is expected to be more favorable in Southern states vs Northern states. If you'd like more information, please visit


Eclipses take place when an object in space such as a moon or planet moves into the shadow of another astronomical object.

What is an Eclipse?


What is a Solar Eclipse?

As the moon orbits the Earth, at one point it will be in a position between the Sun and the Earth.  When in this position, it stops the sun's rays from reaching Earth.  This creates a solar eclipse.  The moon is casting a shadow onto the Earth during a solar eclipse.


A total solar eclipse occurs when the Moon lies directly between the Earth and the Sun. It casts a shadow onto the Earth which causes the sky to become very dark. The eclipse is only visible from a small portion of Earth.

What is a Total Solar Eclipse?

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