Richmond's Kronosaurus Korner has re-opened its doors and is welcoming young and old to experience the wonders of the prehistoric age.
Manager Michelle Johnston said they have a school holiday program running at the moment.
"Digging experiences are available for the public to dig with our curator six days a week," Ms Johnston said.
"They are split into two with a 2.5 hours dig experience (Digging at Dawn) and an all day dig experience (Mini Palaeo Adventure) available."
Ms Johnston said she guaranteed you would find fossils you can keep with these experiences.
"Outside of school holidays, the Digging at Dawn experience continues every Monday and Wednesday," she said.
Ms Johnston said shutting for Covid was a difficult time.
"We were closed to the public during Covid, and reopened on June 15," she said.
"It was a challenging time for us with no visitors and therefore no income. On a lighter note our curator was able to catch up on tasks within the museum."
Ms Johnston was thankful for Richmond Shire Council's help.
Richmond Shire Council facilitated work for our staff through management of the Lakeview Caravan Park, which has continued," she said.
Ms Johnston said there has been some changes post pandemic.
"Like other businesses, we have implemented increased cleaning regimes, and have limited numbers able to access the museum and cafe at the one time. We are not dissimilar to everyone else in that these guidelines have to be met during these new and interesting times," she said.
"We are extremely happy to welcome back the tourists and travellers. We are certain they will enjoy their time spent in Richmond."
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