The exhibits in this museum were all built by hand without the use of power or power tools by Paul Nathan Domke during the period from 1935 to 1967. Tools used included a trowel and several brushes. All of the concrete was hand mixed in a "mud box" and was composed of cement, gravel, and deer hair applied over super structures of steel and metal lathe.
The statue of Christ holding the world was built by Paul Natham Domke as a testimonial to his belief that Christ was the master planner of an earth that included Dinosaurs. According to Mr. Domke's philosophy, "the seven days in which God created the World" lasted several million years, a period during which the Dinosaurs evolved. Mr. Domke's belief in Christ as the heart of the universe is further demonstrated by his painting of Christ in the heart of the Brontosaurus.
Dinosaur Gardens Prehistoric Zoo is located in Ossineke, Michigan