Where to See the Total Solar Eclipse

August 21 will feature a spectacle many of us haven’t seen for 26 years: a total solar eclipse. This eclipse is special in that it will pass over the United States from coast to coast, which hasn’t happened in nearly a century.

The eclipse has become attraction all on its own, as onlookers have been planning their lookout spots for months. Viewing options are quite limited, as the eclipse will streak across the United States starting from Oregon in the morning before exiting through South Carolina in the early afternoon.

Whether you’re traveling through Vacation Quest or on your own, here’s a look at where the best spots are, according to eclipse2017.org: Continue reading