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    This unexpectedly cool and well set up “museum” is full of surprises and hosts a huge ammount of knowledge, cool picture opportunities and well done information boards/ cards, etc. The guided tour is very informative and easily understood. Check out the backrooms and downstairs, there is so much to explore and see. This is definitively a great all year place to stop.

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    My son is really into bones and this was perfect for him!! The whole family did the tour and he did the junior dig. He had a blast but this would be fun for all ages!

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    The Mammoth Site is a great place to see multiple science theories in one setting. I recommend for children especially.

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    If you aren’t into this sort of thing (paleontology), you probably won’t like it. If you are into it, this is a great destination. It is very cool to see bones that are tens of thousands of years old poking out of the ground. It is perfect for kids who are into science. If you visit in July, you can see the volunteers digging for more fossils. We even saw Dr. Larry Agenbroad a couple of times. He is the guy who started it all around forty years ago.

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    This is science at work. If you have any interest in seeing some amazing fossils as they are being unearthed in spectacularly preserved condition check this out. The tour is short but very informative and they will answer anything you care to ask. You can see them prepping and preserving the fossils in the lab as well. They will likely be digging here for another 50 years or more to unearth everything.