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The Museum is open Wednesday through Monday from 10AM to 5PM (Closed Tuesdays) OPEN during Summer federal and provincial holidays - reserve and visit any time during opening hours. Pricing guide listed below. For more information, call our toll-free number: 1 (866) 856-DINO (3466)

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Museum Admission


Adult....$8.50
Senior.....$7.50
Student/Youth (6 - 12)....$6.00
1 Adult + Children....$17.50
2 Adults + Children....$24.00
Child 6 & Under.....FREE


Step back in time in the Fundy Geo Museum gallery! Peer into the only fossil preparatory lab east of Montreal, where you may spot our scientists hard at work prepping fossils. Gain perspective as you look up (way up!) at the ancient lifeforms that ruled this region during the time of the dinosaurs. Admire an array of sparkling rocks, minerals, and dazzling gems, and allow the gallery to reveal the secrets of how these came to be part of our current landscape. An ancient Nova Scotia is brought to life via video, interactives, and scientific replicas. 


The Museum Shop is the perfect spot to grab a refreshment, explore STEM toys and activities, or find a treasure of Nova Scotia to bring home with you. Take it up a notch by purchasing your very own rock tumbling kit - we have everything available from hobbyist to professional, as the only Lortone dealers on the East Coast. 


Be sure to check out our guided beach walking tours, offered Thursday through Sunday during the Summer season. Stop in and visit the gallery before or after your tour. 


During our high-volume summer season, we highly recommend reserving your visit by clicking Book Now. When you arrive, our front desk staff will be happy to assist you, whether you're visiting the gallery or heading out on a tour.

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The Fundy Geological Museum is the world centre for experiencing geological history interpreted from the unique features of Nova Scotia’s Fundy region. Initiated in 1993, it is operated by the Cumberland Geological Society as part of the Nova Scotia Museum.