Sheridan is not going to see a 100% total eclipse this summer - but we are in line for a 96% one! And YOU need a safe place from which to witness it.
On Monday, August 21 from 10:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m., join us on the lawn of the Trail End State Historic Site to watch this once-in-a-lifetime event. Bring a comfortable lawn chair or blanket and relax while the sun and moon do their celestial dance in the skies above. Maximum coverage should take place at about 11:42 a.m.
We will have a limited number of optometrist-approved Eclipse Shades (glasses) on hand, but everyone is recommended to bring their own. DO NOT LOOK AT THE SOLAR ECLIPSE WITHOUT ADEQUATE EYE PROTECTION!!
NOTE: The museum will be closed during this time so our employees can also view the eclipse. They will be on the grounds to answer any questions you might have.
For more information, contact Trail End at 307-674-4589.
By the way - If you want to make your own solar eclipse viewer, our TechnoPast students can show you the way. Watch their Solar Eclipse 2017 video on YouTube!
State Historic Site