After nearly two years of being closed to the public, the Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum is open again. We have a new look, thanks in large part to the newest Mt. Blanco team member, Miss Whitney Yule of Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Whitney and museum director, Joe Taylor have re-arranged and improved displays, most of which had been neglected during the museum’s long legal battle. The museum will be open regularly from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Mon –Fri. School groups are welcome.
With her experience in broadcast television and radio, Whitney and has now turned her talents to her own video company. Her first feature-length, Bone Digger, is a documentary featuring Joe Taylor and the Mt. Blanco Museum and will be ready for release soon.(www.bonediggerthemovie.com)
Come tour the largest (still) Creation Fossil Museum in the world. And for those who may not know, there are two museums here! The other is an art museum of Joe Taylor’s paintings for the music recording industry during the 1970s and 80s.
Article and photos copyright Mt. Blanco, originally published 2009. Re-posted August 2015
*Mt. Blanco Archives: Because of the many changes since Mt. Blanco opened in 1998, we are re-posting many of the old updates, articles, etc. that were originally on our website. Some of the information may be out of date, but each of our archived articles are an important part of Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum’s history.
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