Archive for the 'Museum Updates' Category

Watch Our New Digital Billboard Outreach in Washington, DC!

Over two weeks ago, I wrote a blog post about a Creation Museum digital billboard that was placed in Washington, DC.

As you know, the nation’s capital features one of the leading atheistic evolutionary museums in the world: the Smithsonian …

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Visitors Galore!

Subash Pradhan

Last week, we had a number of international visitors in what was one of our busiest weeks in the past seven years at the Creation Museum (over 15,000 visitors Saturday–Saturday). Guests included a Christian academic, Subash Pradhan of Nepal Baptist …

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It’s Encouraging and Discouraging

Yes—it’s an encouragement that crowds continue to flock to the Creation Museum, as they have done in the past for more than seven years since our 2007 opening. We had over 2,000 visitors at the Creation Museum yesterday! We received …

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AiG Reaching into Washington, DC!

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The nation’s capital features one of the leading atheistic evolutionary museums in the world: the Smithsonian Natural History Museum.

Because millions of people visit Washington, DC, each year, we decided to reach into this influential city and let people know …

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The Bible Memory Man

Tom Meyer

The “Bible Memory Man” (as we call him), Tom Meyer, spoke at the Creation Museum this past week while most of our AiG lecturers were speaking at the Mega Conference in California. Tom has memorized many books of Scripture, and …

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“Flat Ken” Paves Way for Evangelistic Opportunities!

Flat Ken

Have you heard about our new “Flat Ken” photo contest yet? Well, the Creation Museum is running a special summer photo contest featuring me—well, a flat version of me anyway! Frankly, I wasn’t keen about the contest at first. But …

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Famous Scientist at the Creation Museum—and He’s a Biblical Creationist!

Dr. Raymond Damadian

We’ve been reporting on some very large crowds at the Creation Museum this summer. On some days, we’re even exceeding the attendance on the same days seven years ago when we first opened. On one Saturday this month, we had …

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“Flat Ken” Is Here!

Flat Ken with one of his favorite foods (Vegemite) and one of his favorite drinks (Milo)!

A few weeks ago, a Creation Museum staff member approached me and asked, “How would you like to be Flat Ken?” Now, in Australia we call what Americans call a “dead” battery, a “flat” battery!  So I wasn’t sure what …

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Exciting New Campaign to Promote the Creation Museum!

Kids Free Billboard

It is such a thrill to walk out into the Creation Museum and see adults, teens, and kids seemingly everywhere we look! Yes, the Creation Museum is a busy place. It’s been so for seven years—much to the chagrin of …

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Why Is the Allosaurus Fossil in the Creation Museum Named Ebenezer?

Ebenezer Name Sign

Many people have asked us why the incredible Allosaurus fossil featured in the new $1.5 million exhibit at the Creation Museum is named Ebenezer. Well, here is the text of one of the signs in the exhibit explaining the origin …

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