Be a paleontologist
for a day or for a week
Join a dig to find dinosaur bones and other fossils
Experience the most rewarding vacation ever by going on a paleontology dig
There are few things more intriguing and awe-inspiring than finding evidence of life that existed thousands and even millions of years ago.
From dinosaurs to hominids and early mammals to reptiles, insects and plants, on Ancient Odysseys, you'll find an array of paleontology digs to pique your sense of curiosity, whatever your age.
Montana Dinosaur Center
Triceratops Gulch Glenrock, WY
The Mammoth Site
Hot Springs, SD
Montana Learning Center
Stonerose Interpretive Center
Penn Dixie Fossil Park
Not a paleontologist? Not a problem.
No experience necessary! You will be training and working
alongside paleontologists who, with your help, will excavate
important evidence of the ancient life that populated the earth.
Fossil digs are always being added, so check back or subscribe to our newsletter.
Lightning Ridge Fossil Dig
New South Wales
Australian Age of Dinosaurs
Contribute to scientific research
Ancient Odysseys believes in the importance of excavations for the sake of study and research. Fossils are part of our natural and cultural heritage and belong to everyone. All Ancient Odysseys digs (including archaeology digs) are conducted for the benefit of science and each dig site is associated with a museum or repository so that the fossils can be studied and exhibited for all to enjoy. That means that any and all materials you help excavate will not sold for personal gain.