- Mar 25, 2023
- Times: 10:30 am
- Venue: The State Museum of Pennsylvania
300 North St.
Harrisburg, PA 17120
- Admission: program is included with general admission
- Phone: (717) 787-4980
- Visit Website
Fossils are remains, traces, or imprints of any plant or animal from a past geologic time that has been preserved in the earth’s crust. Pennsylvania even has a state fossil, Eldredgeops rana, an extinct species of trilobite. Learn more about the fossils found in Pennsylvania and make a “fossil” to take home.
Program is included with admission.