Places in OHIO To See The Total Solar Eclipse

Darkness is coming. Mark your calendar for April 8, 2024, and prepare to celebrate the total solar eclipse.

To experience the darkness, viewers must be in the path of totality.

The Buckeye State has several cities along the eclipse’s course.

In southern Ohio, Cincinnati is just south of the line, a perfect home base for the event.

As you head north, Dayton is on the path, and Columbus sits along its eastern rim.

Toledo is on the western edge of the state’s northern region, while Cleveland is along the centerline.

Akron rests comfortably in the path, and Canton is on the eastern edge.

For those who prefer a natural setting, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the second of two national parks on the path,

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For what to expect, including what time it starts and how long it will last,

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