For folks in the USA, attached is a graphic with the times of the lunar eclipse in Eastern Standard Time - to get the times for your location, just subtract one hour for Central Time, two hours for Mountain Time and three for Pacific Time. The eclipse will be visible in any location in the US with a clear sky.
The moon will be about half-way up in the western sky for those of us in the eastern US, higher in the sky as you go further west.
The eclipse is prettier from outside with a background of stars that usually can't be seen easily when the moon is full, but you may be able to see the eclipsed moon from indoors in a darkened room, especially if you find the moon earlier when partially eclipsed and its brighter.
Chart is from mreclipse.com, but more information is also available at:http://www.skyandtelescope.com/observing/h.../111597159.html
good luck and happy viewing...