Creation Museum visitors will be astounded by the quality of this exhibit—and the teaching is so powerful!
As you can see, our designers and artists constructed models the like of which we haven't seen anywhere else. Our designers could not find models depicting the development of a child in the womb anywhere for the quality we needed, so they produced their own . . . and they are stunning. Our resident anatomist, Dr. David Menton, among others, has been involved in providing the research information, and his presentation called Fearfully and Wonderfully Made was the inspiration for this stunning and powerful exhibit.
As I look at the exquisite models of the development of a child in his or her mother's womb, and then think about abortion, I shudder! I believe this is the most powerful and stunning pro-life exhibit in the world. It's a must-see!
Also included in the exhibit is ultrasound footage featuring children of staff members and supporters.
Last night, we held a special ceremony with the incredible staff who built this exhibit, and a few other special guests, at the Creation Museum to dedicate this exhibit to the Lord and praise him for what he has done. At the end of the exhibit, Dr. David Menton (whose talk "Fearfully and Wonderfully Made" was the inspiration behind the exhibit) cut the ribbon, officially opening it to the public. You can watch that special ceremony, including a virtual walk-through of the exhibit, in this video:
Come and visit the Creation Museum soon (west of the Cincinnati Airport), and you will exclaim with the Psalmist, "I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made" (Psalm 139:14). This exhibit will be a great teaching tool for your whole family. There are also so many other world-class exhibits at the Creation Museum, and we have our new state-of-the-art laser projection planetarium and our 4D theater. You will need at least a whole day at the museum—or spend two days and then a day or two at the Ark Encounter, 45 minutes away! Lots to do here in Northern Kentucky!
Plan your visit at CreationMuseum.org.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.