Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

Workshop Tickets


Members and Passholders receive a 10% discount off on-site purchases.

Tickets for this workshop are available from Guest Services on arrival.

Have you ever marveled over a newborn child? We stand in awe at the detail of their tiny features, fingers, and toes. As we consider the miracle of life, we may ask, “When does life begin?”

Join Dr. David Menton in this interactive workshop as he explains the development of an infant from the embryo to birth. Explore the progressive sequence beginning with ovulation, the movement of the egg in the oviduct, fertilization, implantation, development of the placenta, and finally the birth process itself. Discover what the embryological development of the human body tells us about our Creator.

You will walk away with the words of the psalmist, “I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well” (Psalm 139:14).

Through his years of teaching, Dr. Menton gained many anecdotal tidbits and stories and loves sharing his knowledge with Creation Museum guests. This workshop is recommended for 12 years old and up, but younger budding scientists will be able to learn a lot too.

Tickets are $3.50 with museum admission; Members and Passholders receive a 10% discount off on-site purchases. Purchase your tickets in advance by calling Reservations at 800-721-2298.

Private Workshops

Private workshops can be booked for groups (subject to availability) at the rate of $3.30 per person. The minimum group size is 25 and the maximum is 90. When you book your group's visit with Group Reservations ask about a private workshop for your group.

This program is a Science Series Workshop sponsored by Bob Jones University.

Dr. David Menton: A former professor at Washington University School of Medicine, Dr. Menton has seen audiences of all ages enjoy his well-illustrated (and often humorous) presentations on a variety of fascinating topics.

Dates and Times

March 30, 2018


April 20, 2018


May 11, 2018


June 1, 2018


June 22, 2018


July 13, 2018


Aug. 3, 2018


Aug. 24, 2018


Sept. 14, 2018


Oct. 5, 2018


Nov. 16, 2018