Experience the Annular Eclipse at the White Shaman Preserve!
This limited-availability event includes viewing of the eclipse and guided tours to two rock art sites: The Tinaja, a vital source of water for the People of the Pecos, and the famous White Shaman mural.
A boxed lunch, Witte Museum eclipse glasses and commemorative t-shirt are included.
Reservations are required and spaces are limited. Participants must be ages 12 & up. All minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Questions? Contact the Witte Team at Reservations@WitteMuseum.org.
ABOUT THE WHITE SHAMAN:
Tour Difficulty: (Strenuous) There is a 250-foot descent into a narrow brushy canyon and the trail is steep with loose rocks and uneven footing. At any time of the year, desert heat can be extreme.
Round-trip Distance: 1.5 miles
To learn more about the Witte Museum’s White Shaman Preserve, visit WitteMuseum.org/white-shaman-preserve.