The Creative Arts team has just 65 days to recreate the grand staircase from the most famous ship of all time, putting their equipment and wood-working skills to the test.
Using sketches and ancient texts, the team builds a Byzantine hydraulic throne inspired by King Solomon for the Museum of Science and Industry in Tampa, compete with animals and ornate jewels.
The team uses photographs and illustrations to build a Mark 1 tank, a game-changing weapon that revolutionized modern warfare, for the Discovery Park of America.
A Tennessee museum hires the Creative Arts team to build an exhibit focused on items of torture from the Spanish Inquisition, including a life-sized bronzed bull.
The team builds the Skycycle X-2, a rocket used in Evil Knievel’s attempt at a 1,800-foot jump across Idaho’s Snake River Canyon, for the Tennessee Museum of Aviation.
The Sarasota Classic Car Museum hires the team to build a full-scale replica of the President Abraham Lincoln’s funeral carriage, which carried his body from Washington, D.C. to Springfield, IL.
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The team builds a replica of the Apollo 13 lunar module, used by NASA astronauts during their failed 1970 mission, for the Museum of Science and Industry.
The team builds a full-scale midget sub, the WWII Seehund, for Tampa Bay History Center, to help visitors understand the extreme conditions faced by Nazi sailors.