The buildings throughout the museum have all been built with fine attention to detail and accuracy. The layout becomes a great teaching tool and buildings play a large role in the experience.
Our scenery artists spend a great deal of time researching each region, learning the climate and species of trees, grasses, and ferns.
Rocks tell a story of the past. Layers of rock turned vertical through tectonic uplift, to rock worn smooth from massive end of ice age floods, each region has its own story to share and we do our best to replicate these features.
Incredible detail goes into the creation of water, as multiple layers of tinted resin are poured and textured to mimic rivers throughout the unique environments.