And though many astronomers have said the comet is visible to the naked eye, take a pair of binoculars or a small telescope with you.
Keep your eyes peeled for the comet about an hour after sunset.
You can visit a website like TimeandDate.com to check your local sunrise and sunset times.
If you really want to see the detail in the comet’s tail, you will need to take a long exposure photograph.
Joe Masiero, the deputy principal investigator of the NEOWISE mission, said: “You can’t really see it with the human eye although you might notice it moving a little bit with respect to the background stars.