The Great American Eclipse - August 21, 2017
Experience this unique solar event in the beautiful 80-acre Oregon Garden while enjoying a weekend of camping, extended Garden hours, and educational and fun activities for all ages. On Monday, August 21, experience the eclipse in one of our 22 speciality gardens, followed by a viewing party with live music from exciting bands, food, drinks and more!
The Oregon Garden offers on-site and nearby camping throughout the weekend, open to all ages. RV spaces and tent camping are available.
Campers will enjoy the following amenities:
- Unlimited access to The Oregon Garden throughout the weekend
- Outdoor movies in the Garden
- Yoga on Sunday and Monday mornings (August 20th & 21st)
- And more!
August 19th & 20th
The weekend before the eclipse, the Garden will open for extended hours and will offer educational programs for adults and children. Standard Garden admission will apply and these activities are open to the public. Admission is free for children ages 4 and under.
Saturday, August 19th: 9am to 8pm
Sunday, August 20th: 9am to 8pm
- Garden University: Garden & nature themed workshops
- Jr. Gardener’s Club: Educational activities and workshops for children
- Themed Tours: Fun and thematic walking tours of The Oregon Garden
- Yoga in the Garden
- Outdoor Movies
- And more!
Viewing Party – Monday, August 21st Tickets for the viewing and after party must be purchased in advance.
At the Total Eclipse of the Garden Viewing Party, you’ll enjoy:
- Viewing areas throughout our 80-acre botanical garden
- Eclipse viewing glasses
- Live music
- Bars in the Garden serving bloody marys, mimosas, and coffee cocktails in the morning—local beers and wines will be sold in the afternoon and evening
- Food booths and food trucks. Please no outside food or drinks with the exception of bottled water, kid snacks or any individuals with special dietary needs.
- Outdoor movies at sundown
- Please bring your own blankets and low-back beach chairs. No high-back chairs, umbrellas, or pop-up tents that block the view of the stage.
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