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Conner Prairie Gears Up For The Total Solar Eclipse 2024 Festival

On April 8, 2024, Conner Prairie will be transformed into an enlightening and spectacular haven buzzing with excitement, anticipation, and scientific wonder. This transformation signifies the arrival of a unique event – the Total Solar Eclipse of 2024.

Festival Details:

  • Date: April 8, 2024
  • Time: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
  • Ticket on sale dates: November 1 – Early bird
  • Early Bird Ticket Prices:
    Nonmember: $45
    Member: $30

Festival tickets are also be available to participants enrolled in the Access Pass program. Limited Access Pass tickets are available for this event.

Live Performances and Enlightening Talks

The festival grounds will be filled with entertaining live performances. You’ll see talented musicians and amazing dance groups. But there’s more! It’s not just about the entertainment.

You can also learn a lot at this event. Famous experts will give talks to help us understand the science behind the eclipse. With music, dance, and science, this festival will be exciting and engaging for everyone.

Total Solar Eclipse

Witness the Splendor of the Total Solar Eclipse

What makes this festival truly unforgettable? The magical moment when the moon covers the sun, creating the Total Solar Eclipse! Conner Prairie has plenty of space for everybody to see this incredible event clearly. So come and experience one of nature’s most beautiful sights.

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An Unprecedented Family Experience

The Total Solar Eclipse festival at Conner Prairie is more than just watching the sky. Everyone in the family can have fun together. As you stand under the sky, you’re not only watching—we’re part of history.

Head to Conner Prairie to see the eclipse but also to appreciate what it means. This event is a chance for all of us to connect under the amazing sky, reminding us of our shared human journey in this vast universe.

Looking to learn more about the upcoming solar eclipse? View the NASA resources below:

Eye safety

Eclipse history

How eclipses work

Eclipse misconceptions


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