I made an enlightening trek to northwestern Kentucky to visit the Creation Museum. It's housed in a 70,000 square foot building with some amazing exhibits, including dinosaur fossils believed to be several thousand years old, and “Lucy” standing on all fours, which included a holographic display of her bones. The museum showed how the Earth looked six thousand years ago, before animals started eating each other and before the modern continents and other geologic features were formed. There were many animatronic animals and humans, including one of Methuselah, who lived to the ripe old age of 969. Some of the other exhibits blamed the problems of the modern world on a lack of faith.
I absolutely loved this museum. Walking around, I could tell that a ton of money and thought went into building it. It was designed to take visitors on a journey and did a great job of evoking powerful emotions through imagery and sound. After my emotional roller coaster, I left the museum in a state of serenity and was glad I came. I'll have to return in a few years when the full-size replica of Noah's Arc is complete.