Pam finds the “Faith Room” in the Natural History Museum

Who would have imagined that the Natural History Museum, often called “The Cathedral of Nature” had a “Faith Room”? Pam Frese.

The majority of the Museum is dedicated, however, to science. In the main lobby is a daunting skeleton of a blue whale.

The section on Human Evolution displays Lucy (Australopithecus). Lucy is estimated to be over 3 million years old.

The main lobby is closely watched over by a marble statue of Charles Darwin.

And, who could resist a photo opportunity with Darwin?

This was obviously only a small tip of the iceberg. The Museum left me in awe. I could have spent a week there and not been able to take it all in.

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1 Response to Pam finds the “Faith Room” in the Natural History Museum

  1. The Natural History Museum is the center of my scientific world. Glad you visited and enjoyed it!

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