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Take a Photo with Flat Ken this Summer

Flat Ken

Hello everyone,

I’m Flat Ken and I travel a lot. But this summer I would love to travel with you and your family.

Print a copy of me to take along on your summer adventures. If you bring me to …

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Grand Slam!

Reds Fans

June is a great month for a grand slam! If baseball is America’s favorite pastime, why not treat Dad to some baseball when you come for a visit to the Creation Museum? Quite frequently, we notice fans of other teams …

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Less Time at Smithsonian, More Time at the Creation Museum

Kids Free in 2014

Many families are taking advantage of the 2014 Kids Free promotion (where kids are free with a full-priced paid adult).  One family who came all the way from Texas just shared this with us:

We visited y’all last week as

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Ebenezer Joins Our World-class Exhibits

Allosaur skull

When was the last time that you stepped into a room and said, “Wow!”? Well, if you are planning a trip to the Creation Museum this Memorial Day weekend or this summer to take advantage of our Kids Free in

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Come to the Creation Museum and bring your kids for FREE

As part of our 2013–2014 theme “Standing Our Ground—Rescuing Our Kids” (Galatians 1:4), we have decided to do something very special to help teach children the truth concerning the Bible: For the entire coming year, January 1 through

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Family Assistance Program

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We are pleased to announce our new free Family Assistance Program.

Through this program, visiting the Creation Museum has never been easier. This program is great for homeschool families, large families, or any family who would like to come and …

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College Expo Coming November 2013

College Exo 2013

Join us at the Creation Museum as we host many of the nation’s leading Christian colleges and universities in one place. With special speakers, this event will equip and inform students and parents as you consider higher education. This is …

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