5 Places to Grab a Bite, Shop, and Catch the Great American Eclipse

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On Monday, August 21, Americans will be treated to the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in almost 100 years. Brands across the country are getting in on the act with specials for the big day. We are also excited that the total eclipse will be passing over five of our properties.

Below we've outlined these five centers where, for several magical minutes, guests can experience totality.

Corvallis, Oregon

Corvallis Market Center
1550 NW 9th St, Corvallis, OR 97330

oregon-eclipse-250.jpgViewers at Corvallis Market Center will be treated to a total solar eclipse just after 10 a.m. local time.

9:04 am Partial Eclipse Begins
10:16 am Full Eclipse Begins
10:17 am Totality
10:18 am Full Eclipse Ends
11:37 am Partial Eclipse Ends

St. Louis, Missouri

Kirkwood Commons

1042 S Kirkwood Rd, St. Louis, MO 63122

stlouis-eclipse-250.jpgSt. Louis residents can watch the eclipse during their lunch break at our Kirkwood Commons location.

11:50 am Partial Eclipse Begins
1:18 pm Maximum Solar Eclipse
2:44 pm Partial Eclipse Ends

 

Nashville, Tennessee

Northlake Village
5549 Old Hickory Blvd, Hermitage, TN 37076

Peartree Village
210 Franklin Rd #100, Brentwood, TN 37027

tennessee-eclipse-250.jpgIf you find yourself in the Music City during the eclipse, come by Northlake Village or Peatree Village to be treated to a total eclipse just before 1:30 pm.

11:58 am Partial Eclipse Begins
1:27 pm Full Eclipse Begins
1:28 pm Totality
1:29 pm Full Eclipse Ends
2:54 pm Partial Eclipse Ends

 

Charleston, South Carolina

Merchants Village
520 Folly Rd, Charleston, SC 29412

south-carolina-eclipse-250.jpgCharleston is expected to be a popular destination for eclipse seekers this year. Stop by Merchants Village to catch the very end of the Great American Eclipse as it exits the U.S. mainland.

1:16 pm Partial Eclipse Begins
2:46 pm Full Eclipse Begins
2:47 pm Totality
2:47 pm Full Eclipse Ends
4:09 pm Partial Eclipse Ends

 

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eclipse image: NASA