Adventure, excitement, and getting into the dirt: that’s what you can expect with our upcoming Explore Day at Caesar Creek Lake, Ohio, where you get to be a paleontologist for a day—and you get to take home what you find! This event, taking place Saturday, October 2, 2021, is part of our popular Explore Days programs at the Creation Museum, but it’s open for adults and taking place off-site (about 60 miles from the museum) at one of the region’s most popular fossil-hunting sites.
Kids can attend teaching sessions and will be able to ask questions, learning from two scientists with a biblical creationist worldview.
You will be fossil hunting alongside Dr. Andrew Snelling, the geologist behind the new ground-breaking Grand Canyon research, and Dr. Gabriela Haynes, a PhD paleontologist actively involved in research. Kids, ages 12 and up, can attend teaching sessions, too, and will be able to ask questions, learning from two scientists with a biblical creationist worldview—where else can you find such an experience?
Space is limited and will likely fill up quickly, so don’t miss out on this exciting experience. Register today at CreationMuseum.org.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.