Last updated: August 15, 2017
Total Solar Eclipse at Agate Fossil Beds
Bus Tour Groups Welcome
If time is short tour groups enjoy walking to the Niobrara River bridge after enjoying the visitor center.
Dark Night Sky for Astronomy Program
Enjoy a star gazers delight as the new moon will provide a dark background for millions of stars during the Sunday night program.
Kids activities will be available.
Kids activities are being planned to add fun to learning about the solar eclipse.
Native American Night Sky Stories
This event painted on the Running Water Winter Count depicts falling stars seen at the time of Red Cloud's birth. Learn more sky stories.
Ranger and Astronomer Educational Talks
Learn more about Solar Eclipses and why they happen, are they common and how to view them.
Protect Your Eyes
The eclipse can injure eyes as it progresses. Protect your and your family’s eyes with eye protection of some kind. Not sunglasses!
Welcome Amateur Astronomers!
Welcome Astronomers for the Solar Eclipse weekend.
Ranger Gus Says!
Ranger Gus wants everyone to be safe during the Solar Eclipse. Here are some of the rules put in place by park management.
From Sea to Shining Sea!
This map shows the path of totality that will be seen from coast to coast. Learn more about eclipses and how to enjoy them.