Tomorrow, 4th April 2015, sees the shortest total lunar eclipse of the century, being total for only 4 minutes and 43 seconds. It is the third in a tetrad of eclipses. You can learn more about the tetrad in a video on this page. Just a couple of weeks ago there was a solar eclipse and the same resources that we referred you to can be used with lunar eclipses.
HeyWhatsThat’s eclipse page uses the Google Earth plugin to show you where in the sky the eclipse will take place, based on your location. You will need to tell your browser to allow the Google Earth plugin on the site to make it work.
Xavier Jubier’s site has more information, including a visibility map showing which parts of the globe will be able to see it (The Western USA, across the Pacific, East Asia, Australia and New Zealand).
The Slooh Community Observatory will be broadcasting it live, but you have to be a member or sign up for a free trial to watch it.