NPS Photo by Sheena Grabski
Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument is an excellent place for kids to explore, discover, learn, and have fun and we have two different programs for children available year round! The programs are a fun way to explore the park with your family while learning about the National Park Service. They are designed to help children explore the park, learn about its resources, and learn how to protect them. The children's activity booklets are available in the Visitor Center.
Children should be accompanied by an adult to participate in these programs.
When they are finished, return to the visitor center desk and review your activities with a ranger or volunteer who will then sign the certificate and present your child with their sticker, badge, or patch.
Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument also hosts several fee free children's days every year.
Did You Know?
The modern Tsetse fly lives in Africa, but examples like the fossil pictured here have been found in the Florissant fossil beds. This fossil is 34.07 million years old. This image is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. To learn More...