There are a huge number of resources on the internet relating to eclipses. Some are better than others. I've tried to compile a small list of the best sites here.
Permanent eye damage can result from incorrect viewing of an eclipse. You must take precautions. Practice safe sun.
- Eclipse safety by MrEclipse.com - Practical useful information on how view eclipses safely
- Eye Safety during eclipses - information from NASA
General eclipse information
- NASAs Solar Eclipse Page - includes information on eclipses past and present.
- Mr Eclipse - comprehensive source of eclipse information
- Jay Anderson - useful page with weather and climate information for solar eclipse vantage points
- Eclipse-Chasers.com - useful site with useful information and lore about eclipses
- IAU eclipse resources - very useful set of resources on total solar eclipses
- Dan McGlaun - excellent resources on eclipses from 1986 and into future
- Ecliptomaniacs - Irish Eclipse Chasers - journals from Irish eclipse chasers dating back to 1999
- Total Solar eclipses - Solar eclipse maps from Ole's astronomy site
Specialist Tour Operators
- Astro Expeditions
Specialized tours to Annular and Total Solar Eclipses. Also offers a tour to Libya for the Geminid Meteor Shower in 2009.