Get excited, Texas! A rare total solar eclipse will move across parts of the U.S. on Monday, April 8, 2024, with the path of totality spanning 120 miles. Our state is one of the lucky 15 in this path, so we have the opportunity to watch day turn to night before our eyes. From the best viewing areas to practical tips to where to stay for the event, here’s everything you need to know about the total solar eclipse 2024 Texas.

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Visit Texas Parks & Wildlife for more information about the total solar eclipse 2024 Texas.

Will you be watching the eclipse this year? If so, where from? Tell us your plans in the comments! If you’ll be road-tripping for the big event, check out our road trip snack guide for 50 on-the-go food ideas. This is especially important for the eclipse, as traffic delays are likely due to the large influx of visitors anticipated.

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