My husband , 3 yr old and I visited the Falls on a nice sunny afternoon and just wanted to see what it was all about. We didn't go into the center. We just parked(there was a sign stating pay to park but we never saw where to pay) and walked down the stairs to the fossils. We walked around... 更多
Every year in September my family and I visit here so we can attend their annual mineral and fossil dig. They haul in piles of dirt and rocks for families to dig through. They have limited supplies of buckets, and "shovels". You get to keep what you find. They have a popular washing station for cleaning up your fossil and... 更多
Had a wonderful time looking at all of the fossils there! Dale Brown, one of the park rangers there, was really helpful and spent an hour showing us all the best fossil sites!
We spent 3 hours at the park primarily in the interpretive center. The center takes you through the geology and history of the fossil beds at the falls. The mix of interactive, visual, video and physical objects is interesting and informative. It helps you understand that Louisville, Jeffersonville, Clarksville and New Albany grew out of 350 million year old fossils.... 更多
On our last trip to Louisville, we ran out of time, so this time before we left town, we bought some Jimmy Johns and headed down to this unique location. We didn't actually pay the money to get into the other part of the park, but we used the front picnic area and took in the scenery which was peaceful... 更多
This site brings together so many themes and activities in one place: There's the modern day story of the canal, the historic trip of Lewis and Clark, and plunging way back into the past the evolution of the Ohio River and the fossils left from the Devonian seas. The interpretive center is extremely entertaining for both kids and adults and... 更多
Great place for kids with an interpretive center. Tons of fossils to find among the rocks. Requires steady walking among the rocks. Recommend putting aside several hours of time. Many different times of birds to view. Very educational for all
I took my granddaughter and we loved it. It's much bigger than one would expect. The theater showing is extremely interesting, "if you're not distracted" by the many inconsiderate cell phones users". The exhibits are well done, but could use some updating. Looking at the fossil bed is intriguing and makes your mind wonder about prehistoric times. You can spend... 更多
We found this place on an overnight stop and spent a little time enjoying the view,flowers,kayakers, and woodchuck. We didnt go inside to the interpretive center,but what a nice lace to relax,stretch your legs and enjoy nature.
We somehow missed that the interpretive center didn't open until 1 on a Sunday, and we were there at 11:30. We decided to wait. We set out to walk on the Woodland trail and enjoyed a walk through a rocky muddy path across a creek to Cane Run, and then the path seemed to end, so we headed back. So... 更多