Front of the Creation Museum Receives a Facelift

Grand Plaza Trees

Last spring, we added a rock wall and some flowerbeds to enhance the Grand Plaza; then we took a break so as not to cause too much interruption to our summer crowds. When things started to slow down, our construction …

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Deaf Night at Christmas Town

Christmas Town Deaf Interpreter

On Saturday, December 6, American Sign Language interpreters will work in various parts of the museum to bring the Christmas Town program to life for guests who are deaf.

Christmas Town is a free event featuring enchanting lighted gardens, an …

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Appalachian Bible College Returns to the Creation Museum

Appalachian Bible College Worldview Group

 

An annual trip to the Creation Museum is a part of the curriculum for a course at Appalachian Bible College: PS105 Freshman Seminar.

This course has three overarching objectives:

  1. Spiritual life foundational issues
  2. Study skills foundational issues
  3. Understanding

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Not Too Old for the Zip Lines!

Although you can be too young to try out the amazing zip line adventure courses at the Creation Museum, some guests prove they are not too old. Just the other day we had a group of three that did the …

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Your Family is Invited to a Christmas Presentation!

During last year’s Christmas Town, we surveyed many of our guests and asked them, “Why did you come?” The vast majority responded that they were looking for a family-friendly event. They also responded that they chose Christmas Town over other …

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Christmas Dinner with Ken and Mally

Christmas Dinner with Ken and Mally

Celebrate the birth of our Savior with us on December 4, 2014, in Legacy Hall at the Creation Museum! Highlights of the evening will include a devotional by Answers in Genesis and Creation Museum founder and CEO Ken Ham, a …

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It’s Almost Time for Dia Latino at the Creation Museum!

Día Latino

This Saturday, October 11, is Día Latino at the Creation Museum! We are pleased to announce our second annual Día Latino as an outreach effort to the Spanish-speaking folks in the United States.

We will have approximately 23 volunteers placed …

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Construction Continues

Flower bed construction

There seems to be something always in the works at the Creation Museum. A crew is working to finish the planter wall in the front parking lot.

Another crew is working at finishing the flower beds that are being constructed …

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Birds of a Kind

Red-Billed Firefinch

Many birds classified as belonging to different families go by the common name of “finch.” Despite many differences, including a vast array of colors and sizes and differently sized beaks, many species of finches—especially those that taxonomists classify as belonging …

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Results of a Survey

Miles Traveled to the Museum

On any given day, a walk through the parking lot to look at the various license plates on the cars is quite interesting. When we tell people the average distance that our guests drive to visit the Creation Museum, some …

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