Tuesday, October 27, 2015

The Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum ~ Part 1

The Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum is located on the campus of Brigham Young University. It's a beautiful museum. Some of my family members and I visited the museum while I was in Provo attending the BYU Conference on Family History & Genealogy as an official blogger in July.

Today I'd like to share some photos from our visit to the museum.

This is the center atrium on the main floor. The museum consists of three stories. By the way, admission to this museum is free. How awesome is that!?


Quote from Job 12:7 above the door to the hallway that leads to exhibits: "...but ask now the beasts and they shall teach thee: and the fowls of the air and they shall tell thee"


Another photo of the door and hallway leading to exhibits. The doorway is so beautiful with those grand columns.


If you look closely at the photo above, you can see The Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum Mission Statement on the wall. I took a close-up photo of it and here it is.


In case it's difficult to read, here is what it says:
The Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum Mission Statement
The Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum at Brigham Young University is a dynamic repository and trustee for a remarkable group of biological collections. These collections are used to celebrate the role of Jesus Christ as Creator, while enhancing student learning and mentoring and promoting faculty teaching and research. They also serve as a unique venue for inviting the public and scientific community to explore and contemplate intricate biological relationships and processes

The "Into Africa" exhibit.












I found an interesting video about the Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum online. It's narrated by Matt Meese, one of the stars of Studio C. To watch the video, click on the link below.

Bean Museum - A Sneak Peek with Matt Meese

The Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum also has a YouTube channel. You can check that out by clicking HERE.

I'll be sharing more photos from our visit to the Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum in a future post.

Thanks for stopping by!


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