For $100, You Can Watch The Eclipse With Baby Goats & It's Worth Every Penny

By Kayleigh Roberts

On August 21, we're going to be treated to a once-in-a-life celestial event: a total solar eclipse. It will be visible in completion from Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina, according to People.

Looking for a truly unique way to watch? Book a flight to Oregon NOW. The McPhillips Farm in McMinnville, Oregon, is hosting an exclusive eclipse-watching party with a group of friendly little goats.

For $100, You Can Watch the Eclipse with Baby Goats and It's Worth Every Penny
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About 100 guests will get the chance to "join 35 very friendly goats in the middle of wine country for camping, BYOB cocktail party, local farm produce, barbecue, swimming, and a cowboy blackberry-pancake breakfast before and during the solar eclipse," People reports.

For $100, You Can Watch the Eclipse with Baby Goats and It's Worth Every Penny
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Tickets to the exclusive event are $100 per person, but for that price, you get to hang out with baby goats, baby lambs, and baby turkeys, all while getting an amazing view of a once-in-a-lifetime event. You also get to camp for two days at the farm, and dinner, breakfast, and protective glasses are included. SOLD.