Note: This map was originally published August 10 and updated with the most recent information.
Don’t feel left out during this year’s partial solar eclipse. On Monday, August 21, there are myriad locations in Michigan offering games, programming, and safe solar eclipse glasses and telescopes. Of course, you can always just step outside for the eclipse, but make sure to stay safe! For ideas on where to get glasses, check back here.
Also check in with your nearest library, as many have glasses, events, and information.
Depending on where you are in Detroit, the moon will eclipse the sun by approximately 79 percent at around 2:27 p.m. Want to find out how much of the sun will be covered, according to your ZIP code? Check out this Curbed Detroit article to find out.
The map points are ordered geographically, from north to south. Did we miss any perfect solar eclipse-watching spots? Let Curbed Detroit know in the comments.
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