Attention stargazers and adventure seekers! With just two months left until the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse, TourismOhio has launched a brand-new interactive map to help you plan your unforgettable “Heart of it All” eclipse experience.
Darkness Descends on Ohio:
Mark your calendars for April 8th, when parts of Ohio will be plunged into darkness for nearly five minutes as the moon blots out the sun. Cities like Dayton, Lima, Toledo, Findlay, Cleveland, and Akron are on the path of totality, while the entire state will witness at least a partial eclipse.
Planning Made Easy:
Governor Mike DeWine invites eclipse enthusiasts to explore beyond the celestial phenomenon, highlighting Ohio’s diverse attractions and activities. “We encourage travelers to come early and stay late,” he says, urging visitors to turn it into a full vacation.
Interactive Guide to Your Eclipse Adventure:
TourismOhio’s new map makes planning a breeze. Find the perfect spot to watch the eclipse, discover viewing parties and festivals, and explore a wealth of events across the state.
Local Gems Shine Bright:
Communities are gearing up for the big day. Christine Best, Executive Director of Visit Perrysburg, shares their excitement and invites visitors to their “Total Eclipse of the Burg” event alongside other local attractions.
Beyond the Eclipse:
Plan your entire trip with TourismOhio’s eclipse landing page. Embark on the “Ohio Lunar Road Trip,” discover stargazing hotspots, or visit top-rated science museums with your family.
Share the Experience:
Capture your “Ohio The Heart of it All” and “#Eclipse2024” moments on social media and share them with the world!
Ready to experience the awe-inspiring eclipse and all that Ohio has to offer? Start planning your “Heart of it All” adventure today!
- The eclipse occurs on April 8th, 2024.
- Visit Ohio.org to access the interactive map and eclipse resources.
- Use #OhioTheHeartofitAll and #Eclipse2024 on social media.