Meteorites & Flying Dinosaurs at Charleston Museum!
February 22 @ 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Expect the unexpected! Matt Gibson, curator of the newly opened, 4,000 sq. ft. Bunting Natural History Gallery at the Charleston Museum, will lead us on a fascinating tour that’ll knock your socks off! You’ll see a cast of a soaring Pelagornis (world’s largest known flying bird), an 18 foot extinct Lowcountry crocodile, meteorites, extensive Ice Age material and that’s just a start. This is a wonderful showcase of the museum’s extensive collection that will give you a thorough overview of Lowcountry natural history. After our tour, you’re welcome to browse the other galleries. The Charleston Museum, founded in 1773, is the oldest in the country. If you’ve never visited, this is a great opportunity to view and enjoy its superb collections. Moderate walking.