Join the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History in a celebration of prehistoric life! The Colossal Fossil Festival will be held at the museum on Saturday, July 25 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Guests will get to go back in time 23 million years to the Miocene Epoch and meet the exotic creatures who lived during a time when Santa Barbara was submerged in water and humans did not yet exist. This can’t-miss event is sure to be a blast for the whole family.
Guests will be given the opportunity to:
- Tour MEGALODON: Largest Shark that Ever Lived
- Chew like a Miocene monster
- Become a shark-aeologist and a paleo-artist
- Touch real fossils
- Talk with paleontologists as they prepare fossils from Madagascar
- Meet Toothy the Shark
- Sing silly science songs with musician Tim Griffin
- Complete the scavenger hunt and win a prize!
- Have a fossil painted on your face
- Become a Kids’ Club Member and enjoy a special “Colossal Fossil Breakfast”
For more information on the Colossal Fossil Festival, visit the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History website or call 805/682-4711.