Solar Eclipse
Nashville 2017!

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OK, so even if you AREN’T lucky enough to live in Nashville, you can party with the 2017 total solar eclipse just like you do!  We’re offering an affordable, 2 night stay with viewing just 30 miles from the epicenter of the eclipse.  A full 2:20 total darkness.  And $149 books your place right now.  It’s ‘Solar Eclipse Nashville’. (Deposit fully refundable through May 1, 2017)

Our view site (red marker) is just off the center line, just 30 miles from the national epicenter (green marker) of the eclipse.

Our view site (red marker) is just off the center line, just 30 miles from the national epicenter (green marker) of the eclipse.

Here’s what you get (per person):

  • Two nights lodging (Saturday/Sunday night)
  • Welcome reception
  • Sunday ‘Nashville tour’ of Honky Tonk Row, Music Row, Bicentennial Mall, the Parthenon and more!
  • Monday – transportation to our view site in Clarksville, TN and everything you need to view the 2017 total solar eclipse.
  • The memory of a lifetime!

 

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Top reasons to view the eclipse in Nashville!

  • Our view site offers you 2:20 in total coverage.

    Our view site offers you 2:20 in total coverage.

    As stated above, Nashville is the ONLY large American city that will receive 100% total coverage.

  • There hasn’t been a total solar eclipse in America in 39 years, and there hasn’t been one coast to coast in 98 years!  This is LITERALLY a once in a lifetime chance.
  • This promises to be the most watched sky event in the history of mankind.
  • 2:20 in total coverage!
  • Although there is no guarantee of weather, (or cloud cover), a 20 year study shows only a 10% chance of rain at the view site on August 21, 2017.
  • It’s MUSIC CITY, baby!  As in the Opry, Lower Broadway, the Parthenon, Honky Tonk Row, Opry Mills Mall, ladies in skirts and boots, and a LOT more!  (See Nashville Tour Guide)

 

Wondering what a viewing of the 2017 Solar Eclipse might be like? In 42 seconds this time lapse video will show you.  (Courtesy Sky News Youtube)