Features sites for museums that present exhibits, interactive experiences, and educational opportunities related to earth science.
Rock, mineral and fossil specimens, including a complete Triceratops skeleton, in Dickinson, North Dakota.
Overview of an exhibition presented at the Museum of civilization in Quebec. Features dozens of jewels on loan from public and private collections all over the world.
In Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, with an active fossil research program and excellent educational programs. Site topics include dinosaur bones, gems and minerals, and Bay of Fundy tides.
In Harrisonburg, Virginia. Features 500 crystals and gemstones from around the world.
Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas. Collection includes vertebrate and invertebrate fossils, plant fossils, evaporite and other mineral specimens, and sedimentary structures.
Harvard museum which features a broad spectrum of mineralogical and geological specimens, including the Smith Meteorite Collection.
Features fossils from West Texas: pictures, sales of casts, scheduled events.
Features ten signature galleries devoted to paleontology, with 40 dinosaur skeletons with more than 110,000 fossil specimens. Includes hours of operation, admission and directions. Located in Drumheller, Alberta, Canada.
Includes information on exhibit specimens. Paris, France.
Part of the University of Cambridge. Information on education, research, exhibits and events. Admission free.
Collections include fossil and modern organisms representing prokaryotes to vertebrates collected from all continents. Limited exhibits open to the public. Includes hours, special events, short courses and directions. Located in Berkeley.
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