Carnivorous dinosaurs are often mislabelled as violent and simple-minded beasts, due to the fact that they are rarely able to eloquently defend themselves with mouths full of prey. Understand the inner workings of meat eaters with today's Groupon to the Fundy Geological Museum in Parrsboro. Choose between the following options:
• For $7, you get admission for two adults (up to a $15 value).
• For $8, you get a family pass for two adults and their children younger than 18 years old (a $17 value).
Curators at the Fundy Geological Museum collect terrestrial artifacts, displaying evidence of Nova Scotia's prehistoric residence and illustrating the tie between physical landscape and culture. Keen eyes can catch the footprints of extralarge visitors of yesteryear surrounding the building, which is set in a picturesque and mineral-rich environment of rocky cliffs and sea stacks. Inside the museum roam some of Canada's oldest dinosaur bones, mingling with exhibits featuring the world's first reptiles and evidence of prehistoric pet rocks. The Bay of Fundy Time Machine provides time travel without the fear of bumping into Attila the Hun, unfolding the past using insect- and dino-fossil imprints dating back to the time of Pangaea. Hungry minds can also drink in Big Bowl of Rock Soup, which explores the link between geology and civilization. Admission includes the opportunity to take a curatorial walk on surrounding beaches on Fridays and Saturdays to learn about the region's natural heritage.
162 Two Islands Rd.
Parrsboro, Nova Scotia B0M 1S0Get Directions