Free themed tour captivate our community

Friday, July 10, 2015

This Wednesday, members of our community came to campus to take part in a fascinating science-themed tour.

Community members large and small looking at dinosaur fossilsThe Earth Sciences Museum, part of the University of Waterloo’s Faculty of Science is currently home to a prehistoric playhouse, offering free Dinosaur Tours from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. every Wednesday throughout the month of July. Open to people of all ages, no matter what your level of learning, the museum continues to amaze the general public, elementary and high school groups, and university students alike with interesting facts, new information, and authentic historical findings.

Stephanie Feeney, Assistant Museum Curator acknowledges the invaluable experience these tours offer our regional community:

Our Dinosaur Tours are one of the best ways to teach children and community members about dinosaurs. When they visit the Earth Sciences Museum, they get to see, touch and hold real dinosaur fossils and skeletons, which they find so exciting."

Written by Community Relations and Events