Summer Holidays – Fossils & Dinosaurs

What left the three-clawed footprint on a Folkestone beach 120 million years ago???

This week we’re exploring the the fossils of Folkestone for the last few days of the summer holidays.

Wednesday 30th August      Steve Friedrich’s fossil roadshow

Thursday 31st August           Dinosaur babies (life size interactive puppets) roaming the Museum

Friday 1st September           Pterodactyl gliders

Saturday 2nd September     Tricera’toss’ game

Activities run downstairs in our learning space (11am-12.45pm and 1.30pm-3.30pm) and are suitable for ages 4-11, but if you’re older or younger you’ll still be more than welcome.

Please note that last entry to the activity is 30 minutes before the session ends; 12.15pm and 3.00pm respectively.

No booking is necessary, although if it gets a little busy we may have limits numbers for everyone’s comfort and safety, a voluntary donation towards materials would be gratefully received.

For further details CLICK HERE to go to our contact form, call 01303 257946 and select option 0 (office hours only) or call into Folkestone Museum & Town Hall.

A man with a boulder contain a dinosaur footprint
Steve Friedrich and the fossil Tridactyl footprint he subsequently gifted to Folkestone Museum.
A man holding a baby dinosaur as a child strokes it
Junior the baby T-Rex dinosaur (Thursday 31st August).

August 30 @ 11:00
11:00 — 15:30 (4h 30′)