Welcome to the Wonders Center & Science Museum
Just 35 minutes from Downtown Nashville, this state-of-the-art facility will soon house a science museum and the television studios for Genesis Science Network. David Rives Ministries is currently relocating operations from its existing 12,000 square-foot facility in Lewisburg, TN to the more than 100,000-square-foot building in Dickson, Tennessee.
Upon opening, The Wonders Center & Science Museum will be the largest science museum in the world that upholds biblical values. Driven by Christian principles, each exhibit will be designed to inspire visitors as it highlights wonders in the fields of science and history
Our purpose is to highlight amazing design in anatomy, astronomy, physics, mathematics, biology, and more. By studying these things closely, visitors will see how this design reveals God’s fingerprints throughout the universe. There really is evidence for the God of the Bible, and a closer look at the natural world around us only brings us closer to this truth, and ultimately the Gospel message. For over ten years, David Rives Ministries has been the global leader in origins-related media, producing award-winning documentaries and television shows.
For over six years, the ministry has operated Genesis Science Network, a 24/7 television network airing Christian shows and programming, including nature documentaries, science shows, children’s content, and more – all from a Christian perspective. The Wonders Center will house the operations base, television studios, and production offices. The Genesis Network airs in select terrestrial locations and can be viewed free on Roku, FireTV, and online at GenesisScienceNetwork.com
Plans for The Wonders Center & Science Museum include replicas of life-size dinosaurs, hands-on experiments for children, space-themed exhibits, and a rare historical collection of artifacts, including ancient Biblical scrolls. This museum will be a one-of-a-kind experience.
Housed in the 85-foot-tall spherical dome, an incredible 138-seat Planetarium will allow visitors to experience the cosmos in real-time as well as view shows with groundbreaking visual effects.
The building and campus sustained storm damage from the tornadoes that hit the Nashville, TN, area in 2021 and will require a complete refit and technology upgrades. Please consider a tax-deductible donation to David Rives Ministries below to help us restore the planetarium, and also to the general fund for upgrades to the facilities.
Note from David Rives: “This is not only a unique structure and landmark of the community, but will provide education and inspiration to hundreds of thousands of visitors, children and adults alike, of the immensity and beauty of God’s Creation.”