Where Should You Watch The Solar Eclipse?

On August 21, 2017, North America will be treated to a full solar eclipse, the first of its kind in decades. The question is: where should you watch the solar eclipse? Do you know which state is best for you to view the eclipse in? Take this solar eclipse quiz and find out!

Question 1/10

If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?
I'd be hiking or camping
I'd be hitting the bar scene
I'd be reading a book or relaxing
I'd be catching up on work
I'd be watching more TV

Question 2/10

Which region of the US do you currently live in?
The East
The South
The West

Question 3/10

What skill would you most like to have?
Playing an instrument
Riding a horse
Drawing realistically
Speed reading
Cooking or baking

Question 4/10

What’s your favorite drink?

Question 5/10

Are you usually early or late?
I'm usually early
I'm usually late
It depends on the day

Question 6/10

Who do you tend to travel with?
My parents
My spouse or significant other
My friends
I fly solo

Question 7/10

How would you describe your personality in one word?

Question 8/10

Which activity do you find most relaxing?
Hanging in a hammock
Binge watching TV
Hanging out with friends
Taking a long walk
Doing something creative

Question 9/10

What city would you most like to live in?
Los Angeles
New York
New Orleans

Question 10/10

What's your outlook on life like?
It's a mixed bag
You should watch the eclipse in Columbia, South Carolina! According to NASA, Columbia is the largest city in the line of totality, which means they’re going to see the total eclipse for over 2 minutes. Columbia will offer space themed performances and even hold a viewing party. For an extroverted people person like yourself, this is the perfect place for you to take in this once in a lifetime event!

Columbia, South Carolina

You should watch the eclipse in Madras, Oregon! Pack your bags and get ready to make a pilgrimage west. Madras is being cited by many as the best place in the US to view the eclipse. It's also the top far west state in the line of totality. As an outdoorsy person with a love of camping, you can pitch a tent in the campground being dubbed "solartown." It may just be the best place for an adventurer like yourself to catch nature's greatest show!

Madras, Oregon

You should take in the eclipse in Nashville, Tennessee! On the 21st, Nashville won't just be the music city, it will be the only major metropolis to all in the line of totality. As a people person who loves to socialize, hang with friends, and make big memories, you'll love taking in the eclipse from one of Nashville's many epic rooftop bars and parties.

Nashville, TN

You should watch the eclipse in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park! You're an adventurous person who loves to live life to the fullest at ever moment. For you, viewing the eclipse in the splendor of nature would make the whole experience that much more enriching and awe inspiring. Pack your bags and get going, there's no time to waste!

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee

You should watch the eclipse in Casper, Wyoming! With its big clear skies and wide open spaces, it's no wonder Casper is at the top of many eclipse-viewers list for places to watch the event. With a five day festival and plenty of space for camping out and hiking, Casper will offer you the spiritual eclipse experience you're secretly yearning for!

Casper, Wyoming