Everyone in Pittsburgh knows that Carnegie Museum of Natural History is the place to see some amazing fossils. But did you know they’re not just in our famous paleontology and geology halls? If you look carefully at the walls of our Grand Staircase, there are fossils of small invertebrates visible in the walls!
In the photo below, Carnegie Geologist Albert Kollar pointed out a small snail fossil embedded in the stone.
Keep an eye out for them on your next visit!