Experience the thrill of hands-on excavation at Bonehunters Quarry, Carnegie Museum of Natural History's interactive fossil dig. Be transported to Dinosaur National Monument in Utah, where Carnegie paleontologists have been digging since 1909. After being issued protective goggles, a chisel, and brush, chip away at rock matrix to reveal realistic fossil casts buried below. Try your hand at being a paleontologist—you, too, can help excavate a dinosaur or mammal!
For children 10 and under, accompanied by an adult. All participants must wear protective goggles. Check at the museum for extended holiday hours.
Please see the Bonehunters Quarry for Groups page for more information.