Fredericksburg TX Eclipse
To have a safe and enjoyable eclipse viewing experience, please follow all NASA viewing guidelines for eye safety, including...
- It is never safe to look directly at the sun, even if the sun is partly obscured.
- When watching an eclipse, you must wear safe solar viewing glasses (eclipse glasses) at all times.
- To read all of NASA's eye safety guidelines, please click here.
The eyes of Texas are...precious!
Protect your eyes at all times during the eclipse. Read more from Methodist Hospital Hill Country about appropriate eyewear and eye safety during an eclipse.
Where to get free glasses
The Visitor Information Center at 302 E. Austin St. will distribute a limited supply of safe solar viewing glasses (eclipse glasses) to locals and visitors for the total solar eclipse in April 2024. Glasses will be available in 2024.
Where to Buy Glasses
Know Where to Go
Please be aware of where you plan to watch the eclipse. Most land in Texas is privately owned and not accessible to the public. If you see a fence, don't hop it. Please obey "no trespassing" signs. For everyone's safety and an enjoyable experience, plan ahead and be aware of where you are.
Landowners are encouraged to learn how they can prepare for the Eclipse with this podcast from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension: Ag Law in the Field #158.