Creation Museum Deaf Day 2014

Deaf Day

The Creation Museum’s fifth annual Deaf Day is rapidly approaching! On Saturday, October 4th, American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters and volunteers who are Deaf will be working in various areas of the museum to assist and interpret for Deaf guests …

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Buddy Meets Ken

Buddy Davis and Ken Ham

On September 11, 1994, Buddy Davis met Ken Ham at one of the first Answers in Genesis conferences, held in Mt. Vernon, Ohio (Buddy’s hometown). Buddy had been sculpting dinosaurs for a number of years and traveling all over the …

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Fun on the Creation Museum Caving Trip!

Tour Talk

Spirits were high as the group of intrepid spelunkers made their way down the trail towards the cave entrance. As they stepped in, they could feel a cool breeze exiting the dark opening. Many were first-timers and didn’t know what …

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After Eight Summers

Museum Staff Picnic

After a great summer of fabulous attendance numbers, our guest services department had their annual picnic in the gardens. It was a great time of fellowship and a chance to tell our seasonal staff one last good-bye until Christmas or …

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Late Summer Beauty

Banana Trees

Usually we associate beautiful gardens with the springtime of the year, but when you have a significant amount of rainfall like we have had in Northern Kentucky this summer, a botanical garden like ours remains verdant and lush. Many of …

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Camel Rides


Have you ever ridden a camel? At the Creation Museum, we discovered that camel rides were so popular that we needed to invest in training our petting zoo camel to give rides. Several years ago, we sent Gomer to Georgia …

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Featured Answers

Have you ever been asked, “Why does creation matter in today’s world?” Did you have an answer? Do you know why you should care about the genetics of Adam and Eve? Do you know where the idea of millions of …

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Starting the School Year Right!

Old Suwanee Christian School

Many Christian schools wait a few months before allowing any field trips, and usually the big trips are in the spring; but we had a great visit this past week from Old Suwanee Christian School of Buford, GA.  Two buses …

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Zip Line Upgrade

Mike Holder of Historic Banning Mills has brought a crew up this week and is in the process of converting our course over to new equipment called Vertical Vantage, which is the safest, most convenient, and easiest product on the …

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Improvements Continue

Grand Plaza renovation

We are starting the second phase of the beautification of the Grand Plaza now that peak season is winding down and we can work around the entrance and egress of the museum without as many complications. In June, we finished …

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