Limited Space Available for Eclipse Viewing at the Science Mill

The Science Mill in Johnson City is offering limited admission to view the April 8 total solar eclipse. The museum, located near the path of totality where the moon will completely block out the sun for about 4 minutes starting at 1:35 p.m. that Monday, is excited to provide visitors with a unique and educational experience.

Each ticket includes regular museum admission for four people, four solar eclipse-viewing glasses, and a parking space in the west parking lot off of U.S. 290. However, parking is contingent on the weather and cannot be guaranteed except for inside the west parking lot.

The Science Mill is located at 101 S. Lady Bird Lane in Johnson City, Texas. Due to the expected popularity of the event, tickets are strictly limited and walk-ins are not permitted on April 8th. To ensure your spot at this once-in-a-lifetime event, it’s best to purchase tickets ahead of time through sciencemill.org or by calling 844-263-6405 or email info@sciencemill.org

Visitors can learn more about solar eclipses and their significance through interactive exhibits and expert presentations before they witness this amazing natural phenomenon firsthand. This event promises to be an unforgettable experience that combines education with excitement!

By Aiden Johnson

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