On April 8, 2024, Livingston County will be in the direct path of a total solar eclipse, which occurs when the moon completely covers the face of the sun, casting a shadow on the Earth. It will be the first total solar eclipse in the area in nearly 100 years. During the 2024 total solar eclipse, Livingston County will experience total darkness for several minutes, the longest of which will be 3 minutes 33 seconds in Caledonia, New York – making it an ideal travel destination for eclipse seekers.
With an estimated 350,000-500,000 visitors expected to travel to the Finger Lakes region for the eclipse, Livingston County communities and businesses have an opportunity to draw in residents and tourists. This event will also be an opportunity for businesses to capitalize on the influx of visitors, the eclipse is expected to draw in thousands of visitors to the region.
Stakeholders in the planning of the Livingston County 2024 Eclipse come from all sectors of our community including our cultural and recreational venues, food and beverage retailers, transportation and law enforcement officers, educators, and other organizations invested in science, technology, optics, and more. This page will continue to be updated as information becomes available.
Two solar eclipses will come through the state of New York, specifically the Finger Lakes Region, within a six-month time frame. This is a rare and exceptional circumstance that will consequently make New York a magnet for potentially hundreds of thousands of…
To help LivCo businesses and communities prepare for the Total Solar Eclipse, LivCo Tourism is offering a number of packages and funding opportunities to help elevate events and experiences for residents and visitors, including the LivCo Tourism eclipse event…
We want you to be prepared! Livingston County Tourism has established a number of resources and funding opportunities to help prepare for the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse that will take place on April 8th, 2024.
The purpose of the Livingston County, NY Eclipse Dashboard is to help prepare residents, business owners, and community stakeholders to safely experience and enjoy the upcoming North American solar eclipses.
Leading up to the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse, Livingston County Tourism is hosting various informational sessions to increase the knowledge and understanding of the eclipse for residents, businesses, and stakeholders.
Are you a member of Livingston County's tourism, recreation, transportation, education, community, media, or related business sector? If so, you are a stakeholder in the 2024 total solar eclipse! Stay informed by getting involved.