Mr King came to see too...
As you can see the museum was well attended - the adults were really interested in the exhibits and most had a go at the children's experiment to find out whether rocks were sedimentary or not. If acid (vinegar) is applied to a rock and it fizzes then the rock is sedimentary - the fizzing is caused by the acid reacting with the tiny animal deposits in the rock.
The children explained how we made our fossils and what the different fossils were.
We showed rocks that had been found locally and a bit further afield, and knew whether they were sedimentary, metamorphic or igneous.
We even had two Mary Annings to help us!