This is another flash back friday to when I visited the Prehistoric Museum in Price, Utah, U.S.A.
I was on a geology field trip to the Book Cliffs in Utah with colleagues and had the opportunity to also visit this museum. It was a fun visit. As a geologist, I enjoy field trips such as this because they are both educational and interesting.
I can’t wait for thing to get back to normal so that we can go back to taking fun trips like this.
Here are a few pictures I took during my visit.
The Prehistoric Museum, USU-Eastern, formerly known as the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum, is a museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums located in Price, Utah. The museum seeks to promote public understanding of prehistory through interpretive exhibits, educational programs, collections, and research. The museum is located near many paleontological and archaeological sites in a region known as Castle Country, notably in the San Rafael Swell and nearby canyons throughout the Book Cliffs area such as Nine Mile Canyon and Range Creek Canyon.
Dining with Dinosaurs
It is almost hard to believe that these bones are actually real but they are!
I put a $1.00 note in it’s mouth and this is what happened!
I hope you enjoyed viewing my photos.
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