ETSU Gray Fossil Site
Gray Tennessee Natural History Museum
1212 Suncrest Drive
Gray, TN 37615
Phone: (423) 434-4263
|The East Tennessee State University and General Shale Brick Natural History Museum and Visitor Center at the Gray Fossil Site is dedicated to understanding, preserving and interpreting biodiversity of the Southern Appalachians through time, using an interdisciplinary approach. The Natural History Museum seeks to understand and interpret the Gray Fossil Site for people of all ages and origins through scientific research, curriculum-bases educational programs, and informal hands-on experiences...|
The East Tennessee Gray Fossile Site Natural History Museum offers a wonderful exhibit to include Tennessee dinosaur and other ancient animal remains. ETSU's prolific Miocene-aged fossil site at neighboring Gray, Tennessee, is attracting scholars, volunteers, and visitors from across the country seeking to learn about the rich paleoecology of Southern Appalachia. In other words, you'll learn about Dinosaurs in Tennessee and Tennessee Dinosaurs are a fascinating subject.
The ETSU Gray Fossil Site, overseen by the Don Sundquist Center of Excellence in Paleontology at East Tennessee State University, is all that remains of a five-million-year-old ecosystem that was once home to a variety of ancient plants and animals.
Due to its connection to the ETSU Campus, the Gray Fossil Site, suitable for tour groups of all ages, is a perfect combination with Appalachian GhostWalks' "Haunted Historic ETSU GhostWalk", offered nightly year-round. This amazing educational institution with its many historic buildings and structures has long been held by many ghost hunting groups, following tremendous paranormal study performed there, to be one of the most haunted college campuses in the Southern United States!
Advance reservations required are required for the "Haunted ETSU Ghost and History Tours". Call (423) 743-WALK (9255) for reservations by telephone, or RESERVE NOW ONLINE. You'll have a SPOOK-tacular good time as you discover both local and natural American history!!!
Click Here to visit the ETSU Gray Fossil Site online to obtain additional information and discover more about their programs.
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