The Roynon Museum of Earth Sciences & Paleontology was established in 2000 to educate students, scouts, and the general public in earth sciences, as well as to emphasize the meaning of the sequence of life throughout geological time. We’re located in Escondido, California, and invite you to come visit us. The museum is a plethora of knowledge brought about by way of the thousands of specimens that have been acquired thought the years bringing into focus the overall picture of paleontology. Mr. And Mrs. Roynon add specimens to the museum each year on their travels throughout the United States.
Roynon Museum is proud to be a part of the Escondido Chocolate Festival. We’ll be open February 11th until 6PM, only for Festival participants. They will need to show their wrist bands, and they will get $2 off general admission (paid admission to the museum isn’t necessary to browse the gift shop, which will also be open until 6PM!). The chocolate will be served in the museum classroom, wrist band required to enter.
FOR THE LOVE OF CHOCOLATE
Escondido Chocolate Festival “A Tasting Affair”
Located in Historic Downtown Escondido
Saturday, February 11, 2017
1pm – 5pm