Uranus is the farthest planet that can be viewed naked-eye. Being so far from the sun, it appears like a dim star and its motion from month to month is hardly detectable. It wasn't until 1781 that people even realized that it was a planet and not a star. With an orbital period of 84 years, Uranus takes about seven years to move from one constellation of the zodiac to the next. Once you know where to look, it will be easier to find the next time.
From a very dark, moonless location, look for a dim, bluish-green point of light on the ecliptic at the precise location shown. To confirm, use binoculars or a telescope to better see the color. No features or moons will be visible even in a telescope.
* Uranus will be too close to the sun in earth's sky this month to be viewed (see above).