The solstice happens at the same instant everywhere on Earth.
June 20 – 22 – The darkest night of the year in the southern hemisphere and the longest day of the year in the north.
December 20 – 22 – The darkest night of the year in the northern hemisphere and the longest day of the year in the south.
If you're planning to join us for #wintersolstice #stonehenge, there's accessible transport from the visitor centre prioritising those who need it. Come prepared for a long walk in low light with sensible footwear and clothing, and a torch. More info ➡️ https://t.co/bCUQJb5voD pic.twitter.com/Ka5dnlrNrv
— Stonehenge (@EH_Stonehenge) December 21, 2019
Solstice coming up December 21 … Details: https://t.co/Y2OYdC2I2t
It arrives December 21 at 16:28 UTC
— EarthSky (@earthskyscience) December 17, 2017
Yesterday's Summer Solstice Pageant at the North House Folk School in Grand Marais. pic.twitter.com/e9oTOAjcFK
— Bryan Hansel (@bryanhansel) June 24, 2018
Artist Joe Pachack and the community of Bluff litterally and artistically #StandWithBearsEars. This year's sculpture of a Bear Dance will be burned, per our town tradition, on the Solstice, Dec. 21. pic.twitter.com/pSbE8cDM0H
— joshewing (@joshewing) December 13, 2017
The longest day of the year! Happy hot-as-hell Summer Solstice to all our desert friends & friends of the desert. 🌞🌵🌄 pic.twitter.com/p9iugquj1O
— DESERT ORACLE (@Desert_Oracle) June 21, 2017