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Join us for our 3rd Annual Family Fossils After Dark Movie Night!  

Explore earth’s deep past here at Edelman Fossil Park! Dig for authentic 65-million year old fossils in our quarry with paleontologists and get your fossils ID’d with complimentary trading cards! At dusk, enjoy the original Jurassic Park movie on the big screen! Don’t forget a blanket or lawn chairs!

Complimentary popcorn is generously sponsored by The Mantua Township Recreation Committee.

Please click here for our Edelman Fossil Park map with specific directions and tips on what to wear and bring. Food, beverages, and our merchandise store will be available. Please wear shoes with good tread and bring a sweater or jacket if the temperature drops at sundown. You will also find an extra copy of our site waiver, if needed.

When - 2 dates available

Event 1 - SOLD OUT

June 14, 2019 at 5:30pm. 
(Rain date is Friday, June 21st.)

Event 2

June 28, 2019 at 5:30pm
(Rain date is Saturday, June 29th.)

Pricing

$10 for Guests 16+
$7 for Guests 4-15
FREE for Guests ages 3 and under

Please Note: 

  • Please note that all minors must be accompanied by an adult chaperone for the entire event.  Minors not accompanied by a chaperone will not be permitted to participate. You will not be able to checkout unless you have a qty of 1 (age 16+) item in your cart.
  • Every person needs to be registered for this event. Please click on the available items below.

Refund Policy

Please contact the event coordinator.

Location and Parking:

Jean & Ric Edelman Fossil Park of Rowan University
625 Woodbury-Glassboro Road Sewell, NJ 08080

Directions, parking information and helpful tips on what to wear and bring are provided on our Guest Information Sheet.  Please note, parking is limited and we appreciate our guests carpooling if possible.

About the Edelman Fossil Park of Rowan University:

In a thin, six-inch bone bed on the site of a former marl pit, Dr. Kenneth Lacovara is leading research at the Jean & Ric Edelman Fossil Park of Rowan University in Mantua Township, New Jersey.  While scientists conduct research at the park, the site is an educational center for people of all ages—seniors, students, teachers, and college students—interested in experiencing the thrill of hands-on science exploration.

Event Coordinator:

Contact Natalie Foxhill, Events Coordinator at foxhill@rowan.edu or 856-256-5241 with any questions.