Events at the Museum of the Earth

The Museum of the Earth provides an opportunity for scientists, science enthusiasts, families, and their children to learn about Earth in a fun and engaging way. There is always an exciting array of permanent and temporary exhibits to discover and a variety of rotating events to attend each month.

At the Museum of the Earth

Regular Events

A Journey Through Time

Public tours of the Museum’s permanent exhibition gallery.
Mondays at 11:30am, Fridays at 11:30 am, and Saturdays at 11am

Have you ever wondered what Earth was like millions of years ago? How changing sea levels, shifting continents, and mass extinctions shaped the world as we know it today? Join us for a special guided tour of the exhibits and journey through Earth’s exciting history.

Included with Museum admission.

Fossil ID Day

Every Second Saturday of the Month, 10am to Noon

Bring us your most puzzling finds—from brachiopods to trilobites and funny looking rocks—and we'll help you identify them.

Fossil Identification Day is proudly brought to you by CFCU Community Credit Union.

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