Their Jurassic diorama will allow people to get hands-on with life in the seas 200 million years ago. Try to become a fossil with the ‘Fossilisation Frenzy’ game, and make your own mould fossil or miniature dinosaur footprint in salt dough to take home.
Palaeoartist James McKay will bring to life visitors’ fantasy fossils, which they can create from lots of different skeleton parts.
The Palaeontological Association http://www.palass.org/ was founded in 1957 and has become one of the world’s leading learned societies in this field. The Association is a registered charity that promotes the study of palaeontology and its allied sciences through publication of original research and field guides, sponsorship of meetings and field excursions, provision of web resources, outreach and educational activities and a program of annual awards.