Here she is listening to the introduction before entering the exhibit. That's the museum ticket stuck to her back.
Many of the animals on display are "upcycled" -- made from items like handbags, bamboo steamers, shoes, etc.
Em was intrigued by the exhibits.
Em was too small to activate parts of the exhibit, like this model of the flood taking away Noah's Ark.
Check out the giant ark. You can load foam animals -- two by two, of course -- onto the ark via a moving ramp.
Here are Em and Brent checking out one of the stables within the ark.
The exhibit also includes an area where you can sweep up... poop. No poop in this pic, but here is Em with a broom just her size.
Sometimes Em just likes to lean back and check out her surroundings.
Playing with the impressively-realistic play food.
The last part of the exhibit featured a percussion circle led by museum employees, but Em was more interested in the "decorate your own cardboard ark" area.
The only part Em didn't like about today's trip? Having to leave.
"I like pigs. Dogs look up to us. Cats look down on us. Pigs treat us as equals." - Sir Winston Churchill