Solar eclipse viewing available at Oklahoma City National Memorial
The public is invited to gather from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Monday at the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum's Survivor Tree for a Solar Eclipse Instameet and National Park Service ranger talk.
The rangers will give an interpretive talk at 12:30 p.m. about the memorial site and focus on the history of solar eclipses and the Survivor Tree. They also will hand out eclipse activity books and badges. Free eclipse viewing glasses and solar camera filters will be provided, while supplies last.
Photographers are invited to capture images during a special InstaMeet, with tips provided by Bedford Camera & Video.
After the partial eclipse, participants will receive $2 off admission to the Memorial Museum, good Monday only.
The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum is owned and operated by the Oklahoma City National Memorial Foundation and is an affiliate of the National Park Service.