The State Museum Of Pennsylvania Offers Kids’ Day Camps Focused On Paleontology & Fossils

The State Museum of Pennsylvania has announced that they will be offering special summer day camps for children focusing primarily on fossils and paleontology in July.

This Fossil Day Damp will highlight the exciting new paleontology exhibit, “Life through Time,” which features the museum’s recently restored Marshalls Creek mastodon. Museum educators will lead day campers to go inside and explore the museum’s popular “Dino Lab” exhibit. For the first time, the Dino Lab will allow these young visitors to explore it’s exhibi and learn about fossils and how paleontologists perform their scientific work.

Fossil Day Camp, for children ages 9 to 11, will take place on Wednesday mornings on July 6, 13, 20 and 27 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The cost for this one-day course is $25 per child, or $20 per child for State Museum Affiliate Members. To register, call 717-772-6997. Space is limited.

SOURCE Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission

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