Friends of Carnegie Museum of Natural History celebrated the reopening of a popular exhibition hall this weekend and honored Joe and Kathy Guyaux, whose generous gift made it possible.
On August 27, guests and VIPs celebrated the reopening of the exhibition hall Age of Mammals: The Cenozoic Era. The gallery now features additional scientific information about the amazing mammals that lived during the Cenozoic Era, a fresh coat of paint, and new signage. Highlights include a fossil skeleton of a Columbian mammoth and fossils of a saber-toothed cat, dire wolf, and giant ground sloth.
Adults mingled and enjoyed coffee and pastries, while kids had fun digging for fossils like real paleontologists in the reopened Bonehunters’ Quarry.