Oklahoma City, OK - The Myriad Botanical Gardens invites the community to a captivating solar eclipse watch event sponsored by the Dean McGee Eye Institute. The event will take place on Monday, April 8, from 12pm to 2pm at the Devon Lawn within the Gardens.

Attendees will have the opportunity to witness a remarkable 93.9% solar eclipse coverage at 1:45pm, promising a truly awe-inspiring sight. To ensure the safety and enjoyment of all participants, the Dean McGee Eye Institute will generously provide free solar glasses to the first 500 attendees.

In addition to the celestial spectacle, attendees can indulge in delectable offerings from local food vendors, including Wondervan Pops and Wicked Hangry, creating a memorable experience for all in attendance.

Event Details:

Date: Monday, April 8

Time: 12pm - 2pm

Location: Devon Lawn, Myriad Botanical Gardens

Admission: FREE

The Solar Eclipse Watch promises to be an unforgettable experience for all ages, so mark your calendars and join us at the Myriad Botanical Gardens on April 8th to celebrate this celestial phenomenon.

The Myriad Botanical Gardens in Oklahoma City is a beautiful destination that offers 15 acres of stunning ornamental gardens and grounds. Open to the public and free of charge, visitors can enjoy a range of attractions including a children's garden, a carousel, a native prairie garden, shade gardens, tree and shrub collections, a lake with terraced gardens, and a diverse collection of ornamental flowering perennials and grasses. One of the highlights of the gardens is The Inasmuch Foundation Crystal Bridge Conservatory, which houses hundreds of tropical and desert plants. Managed by the Myriad Gardens Foundation, a nonprofit organization, the gardens collaborate with corporate and community groups to enhance the educational, aesthetic, cultural, and economic development of Oklahoma City.