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We really enjoyed the great information provided by one of the owners of the museum. He was so very knowledgeable and gave us many tips concerning fossil hunting on the beach. The cases where fossils are stored in the museum (actually more like a large...More
Chris is friendly and incredibly knowledgable fellow. The museum is rammed full of wonderful fossils, with great interpretation. An inspiring place to visit as a child. Be sure to have a proper poke on the beach for tetrapod footprint fossils, and worm castings. Let your...More
I was in Halifax on business for a few weeks and decided to get my son who is a dinosaur and fossil lover some souvenirs. I found the Blue Beach Fossil Museam through trip advisor and had a great day. The man who runs the...More
It is a little difficult to find the correct turn off for the museum etc. I stopped at the municipal office and they gave me directions. Sonja is a good host, and Chris is very knowledgeable. They prepare you for the tour with a presentation...More
We enjoyed our own personal information session from the very passionate and knowledgeable host of the museum. A visit to the museum prior to going to the beach was ideal. He explained what to look for and made it very interesting for my son. My...More
My wife and I were on a whirlwind tour of Nova Scotia and as a mineral and fossil lover, I had to go to Blue Beach. Unfortunately; the trip out there was much longer than expected, but we got to the parking area at 5:00...More
If you want to visit a place that's not constantly combed over for fossils, blue beach is your spot, tons of fossils...if you know what your looking for of course. make sure you take note of the tides!
The museum keeper happily guided us along a personal tour of the museum, like a class in paleontology. Then, after we had a great time hunting for fossils down at the beach, he helped identify and explain some of our finds: jumbled tracks of burrowing...More