Cornersville, Tennessee: Wyatt Archaeological Museum - Noah's Ark Found!Features the archaeological discoveries of Ron Wyatt (1933-1999), which include Noah's Ark, Sodom and Gomorrah, and the spot where Moses parted the Red Sea.
Wyatt Archaeological Museum
- 2502 Lynnville Hwy, Cornersville, TN
- I-65 exit 27, head weston Hwy 129, first building on right. In a former gas station.
- Su-F 9-12, 2-5, closed Sa. (Call to verify)
- Suggested donation Adults: $5, Youth: 12-18 - $3.50.
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This museum looks like it has been closed quite a while. We were there at 1 pm on a Tuesday -- and not a soul around (except a giant dog that barked a lot, but luckily did not bite when we went to look in the windows and knock on the door).[anonymous, 05/22/2009]
South of Nashville along I-65 is a rehabbed gas station that is a museum featuring the Biblical discoveries of Ron Wyatt, founder of Wyatt Archaeological Research WAR and Wyatt Archaeological Museum. Ron has been credited by the Turkish government with the discovery of Noah's Ark in the mountains of Ararat. He is also responsible for the discovery of Sodom and Gomorrah, the Exodus Red Sea Crossing on the Gulf of Aqaba and Mt. Sinai in Arabia or ancient Midian. Find out about the discovery of The Ark of the Covenant with its mercy seat constructed of gold under which were found the Ten Commandments of God.
The museum is very small and features mostly posters of the discoveries by Ron Wyatt. A short video summarizing the findings can be viewed. Several booklets and videos are available for purchase.[Bob Butterfield, 08/15/2006]