On our trip to Florida back in July, we made a stop in Washington, D.C. to tour the Smithsonian American History Museum. It was a very interesting day. My favorite exhibit was the Star-Spangled Banner. We learned the complete background of the song , and what inspired the words of Francis Scott Key. All were amazed at the tremendous size of the actual flag!
I do have to say, though, throughout most of the museum, political correctness is king. Or should I say "royalty" since that would be more inclusive, and I would never want to offend all the queens reading this!
Winner for "most ironic sign in an exhibit" goes to the "History of the Pill in America" display. Mind you, this exhibit was fairly large and I doubt many people really spend the time reading all the fine print (except for the woman on the left, biting her nails in fear), so as you pass by, what is the message you do read?
So, man has improved on God's design for human life? Interesting.