Rhea Heritage & Scopes Trial Museum
A Time Travel Experience
How we helped
- Historical Recognition
- Visual Storytelling
Quote from William Jennings Bryan. Quotes and photos from the two superstar attorneys Bryan (representing the state) and Clarence Darrow (defending John Scopes) anchor the room dedicated to the Scopes trial. The graphic represents the Butler Act that forbade the teaching of evolution in Tennessee schools and the machinations that set up the trial.
The Power of Design
The Rhea Heritage & Scopes Trial Museum offers more than just artifacts and displays; it is a carefully crafted experience that brings history to life. Its innovative design transports visitors back in time, immersing them in a significant moment in history and providing a unique and memorable experience for all.
The design of the Rhea Heritage & Scopes Trial Museum serves as a prime example of how a museum can bring history to life in new and meaningful ways. Step inside and be transported to another time and place, where you can connect with history in a way that is both educational and entertaining.