Members of the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce gathered at the Prehistoric Museum on Wednesday to celebrate the museum’s new exhibit with a ribbon cutting.
The exhibit, titled The Making of Eastern Utah, combines descriptive information and pictures along with rock samples, making it a great learning tool for visitors at the museum. Those who visit The Making of Eastern Utah display will learn things such as rock types found in the local area and a history of the land in Eastern Utah.
“Things are always shaking and moving at the Prehistoric Museum,” museum staff shared. “Stop by and see all of the changes.”
The Prehistoric Museum is a multifaceted museum that contains paleontology, archaeology and geology. The community is welcome to tour the museum Monday-Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Price is $6 for adults and there are special discounts for seniors and children. For more information, please call (435) 613-5060.
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