On Museum Men, you'll meet the talkented craftsmen at Creative Arts who produce historically precise displays for museums, exhibits, businesses and towns. From the Oval Office to Cleopatra's tomb, no detail is overlooked.
Creative Arts has been commissioned by the Sarasota Classic Car Museum to build a full-scale replica of President Abraham Lincoln's Springfield funeral carriage.
Creative Arts has been commissioned by the Tennessee Museum of Aviation to build the Skycycle X-2, the rocket used by Evel Knievel in his most famous daredevil stunt.
Creative Arts is building the Mark 1 tank for the Discovery Park of America. The Mark 1 was the most game-changing weapon to emerge from World War I, revolutionising modern warfare.
The Museum of Science and Industry is looking to expand their space race exhibit, and they know just the team to help them do this: Creative Arts. The team agrees to build the iconic hero craft from the perilous Apollo 13 mission.
Creative Arts is tasked with one of their biggest builds to date, creating an all-new exhibit around the museum's own Egyptian mummy, the Lady of the Nile.
Creative Arts is creating a midget submarine, the WWII German Seehund, for the Tampa Bay History Center. This life-sized sub will help visitors understand the extreme conditions the Germans faced.
Creative Arts is building the Bell X1 for the Armed Forces History Museum in Florida. American pilot Chuck Yeager flew this experimental rocket plane and succeeded in breaking the sound barrier.
Creative Arts has been commissioned by a Tennessee museum to build an exhibit on items of torture from the Spanish Inquisition. This exhibit will include a life-sized bronze bull with a built-in door.
Creative Arts is building a Byzantine hydraulic throne inspired by King Solomon for the Museum of Science and Industry. This throne was an engineering wonder as it elevated above a ruler's subjects.
Creative Arts has been hired to recreate the grand staircase from the most famous ship of all time: the Titanic! They'll be building it for the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.