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Field Trip to Dinosaur World – Plant City, FL
May 1, 2015$18 – $20
Creation Field Trip with Bill and Merilee Clifton to Dinosaur World in Plant City, FL.
When: Friday, May 1, 2015
Where: Dinosaur World
5145 Harvey Tew Road
Plant City, FL 33565
Contact: Bill and Merilee Clifton
Join Bill and Merilee Clifton – creationists, authors, Florida Master Naturalists, and science educators – as we journey back in time to the days when dinosaurs walked with man. At Dinosaur World, the world’s largest dinosaur attraction, we will see over 150 life-sized models of dinosaurs representing more than 60 species. This lush, shaded semi-tropical setting also has a museum and an awesome gift shop. We will spend the morning with the dinosaurs, find out if dinosaurs are mentioned in the Bible, learn how fossils are made, and even see real fossils and a scale model of Noah’s ark! Be sure to bring your camera for some great photo opportunities! After lunch, we will travel to a phosphate museum where we can see how the worldwide flood affected Florida’s past by fossilizing the remains of sea and land animals and plants. Be sure to bring along a small spade, if you have one. We will spend time digging for shark teeth and a variety of other small fossils outside the phosphate museum! You may keep everything you find!
Bill Clifton, a former evolutionist, has a passion for God’s creation! His desire is to share his knowledge of science and the Bible to help others understand our incredible Creator and His handiwork. For over 30 years, Bill has taught various science, Bible, and creation classes for public, Christian, and home schools. He was head of SeaWorld Orlando’s Education Department and served as Minister of Education in a local church before he and his wife Merilee founded Science Partners in 2000. They offer creation-based science classes for homeschoolers; lead Creation Adventures (field trips and workshops) for homeschool families, Christian schools, and churches; and Bill is a creation speaker and ordained minister.
Ministry: Science Partners