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Study the variations within created kinds as you take in the outstanding post-Flood mammals display with many fossil horses, rhinos, and mammoths. Also includes an impressive display of dinosaurs.
If you´re visiting the Pittsburgh area this year, consider a stop at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, whose spectacularly redesigned Dinosaurs in Their Time exhibit is one of the premier dinosaur exhibits in the country. You will also find an astonishing variety of other species from the past, as well.
Gemstone enthusiasts will enjoy the Hillman Hall of Mineral and Gems; children can dig for fossils in Bonehunter´s Quarry; and the Discovery Room is full of touchable fossils and minerals. Be sure to catch a show in wrap-around Earth Theater, or grab a snack at the Fossil Fuels snack bar.
The Carnegie Museum of Natural History is a great place to view groups of animals within a created "kind," so be sure to put on your biblical glasses!
The Dinosaurs in Their Time exhibit is the highlight of a visit to the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. With 19 dinosaur skeletons, it is the third largest collection of mounted dinosaurs in the country, and a great place to study the created "kinds" of dinosaurs. Your children can dig for fossils at Bonehunters Quarry, and you can watch specimens being prepared for display in the PaleoLab.
In the Hall of Ice Age Mammals you'll find alleged fossil ancestors of modern horses, llamas, rhinos, and dogs. This is a great place to point out to your children that horses and dogs have always been horses and dogs, even if they look very different, and how animals have adapted to their environments after the Flood using information that God had already programmed into their genes.
A visit to Botany Hall will help you and your children appreciate the incredible diversity of plant life, from the Florida Everglades to the Arizona desert. Plants are as diverse as animals, and a great way to study "kinds." Also on display is an exhibit on how people have used plants in food, medicine, and industry, a great lesson in our stewardship of the earth's resources and God's incredible provision.