The place to be for the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse
On April 8, 2024, Tupper Lake, NY in the middle of New York's Adirondack Park will be one of the prime locations to view an exceptional event – a total solar eclipse. This isn't just an amazing sight, it's also rare! A total solar eclipse happens over the same place on earth about once every 400 years - so you won't want to miss this chance to watch it from the Adirondacks.
Join us for "Tupper in Totality"
The community of Tupper Lake is busy planning townwide to welcome solar eclipse viewers far and wide. Keep checking back as more details are being added regularly.
Will there be special activities going on in Tupper Lake for the Total Solar Eclipse?
Absolutely! As home to two state-of-the-art attractions focused on natural science, The Adirondack Sky Center and Observatory and The Wild Center, Tupper Lake has been busy preparing for the big occasion. Plans are currently underway and new details are being released regularly, so be sure to check back.
In the meantime, here are some of the high-level details already in the works:
- Coordinated events the day before and the day of the eclipse led by the Adirondack Sky Center & Observatory at the Municipal Park, Roll Off Roof Observatory, and other designated sites
- 50,000+ solar eclipse glasses available
- Astronomers from all over the country will be in Tupper Lake facilitating activities
- Activities for all ages to help understand and appreciate the event;
- Large screen live-video projections of the eclipse
- Large-screen radio telescope projections of the eclipse
- A designated remote area dedicated to science and photography at Roll Off Roof Observatory
- Food vendors, memorabilia, and other amenities available
Tip: With so much lined up for the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse, be sure to book a room early so you don't make the mistake of missing this unique opportunity.
What time will the Eclipse take place in Tupper Lake, New York?
The total duration of the April 8, 2024 eclipse will be 2 hours, 23 minutes, and 41 seconds.
- Partial totality begins at 2:12:19 pm
- Full totality begins at 3:24:27 pm
- Maximum totality at 3:26:13 pm
- Full totality ends at 3:27:58 pm
- Partial totality ends at 4:36:18 pm
What is the cost of admission?
While some locations and attractions may have admission fees, ALL activities, etc. offered by the Adirondack Sky Center & Observatory are free to the public. The Adirondack Sky Center & Observatory believes that the Universe belongs to all of us.