A total solar eclipse is coming to the United States on August 21, 2017 -- the first one to sweep across the entire country since 1918. Still, only those in the path of totality (which is just 70 miles wide) will be able to witness the moon completely blocking out the sun. Thanks to its stunning, rugged landscapes, and lowest light pollution in the country, Wyoming will certainly be one of the most beautiful (and popular) places to watch this breathtaking event -- they’re expecting around 100,000 people to show up. Here are 13 towns pulling out all of the stops for this incredible sky show.
Pro Tip: it’s very dangerous to look at any part of the sun with the naked eye, so you’ll need to wear special eclipse glasses (which are available at most -- if not all -- of the events listed below).