Fossil Mysteries, an interactive exhibit, is a great place to explore and examine the world at its early stages until now. The exhibit will address scientific concepts such as evolution, extinction, and earth formations in stimulating ways by allowing its guests to touch real fossils, build animals, assemble the earth's formation processes with models, and discover microfossils. Fossil Mysteries encourages individuals to ponder some of life's unknowns in a fun and exciting way. This permanent exhibit is on display daily at the museum. For more information please contact the museum.
- Type: Arts & Museums
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The San Diego Natural History Museum is the second oldest scientific institution in California; third west of the Mississippi. A bi-national museum, its mission is to interpret the natural world through research, education, and exhibits. The museum strives to promote understanding of the evolution and diversity of southern California and the peninsula of Baja California in order to inspire in all a respect for nature and the environment. Between exhibits on dinosaurs and the Arctic to mammoths and the Titanic, this museum is sure to interest the old, young and everything in between.