Animatronic dinosaurs, fossils, interactive displays, and stunning videos engage visitors as they make their way through Genesis to Revelations. The museum is a great faith-building attraction for Christians and addresses how God’s Word can answer some big-picture questions. Many of the theories make for a lively conversation and can spark debate, therefore going in with an open mind may leave you learning new truths or strengthing current beliefs.
There are a few exhibits that I found to be fascinating. Be sure to swing into Dr. Crawly’s Insectorium to see this phenomenal collection of insects. The entire collection was donated to the museum by avid scientist Dr. Geoff Crawly. Dragon Slayers is another exhibit that will have you thinking differently about you see Medieval art and contemplating the existence of dragons.
4.) The Eden Animal Experience
5.) Fun Extras
Are you the daring type? Ziplines are available throughout the year, weather permitting. This includes ChristmasTown at the Museum. If soaring through the air isn’t your thing be sure to try out the new 4D Special Effects Theater or take the kids to the new KidsZone that comes included with admission into the museum.
Know Before You Go
They are running a great holiday special for those who would like to see the museum. For $14.99 guests not only get to visit ChristmasTown, but they also get access to the Creation Museum, Unlimited Hot Chocolate, Access to the Fun Zone for kids and entry into the 4D Special Effects Theater.
Parking is $5.00 per car, $10 for oversized vehicles.
Bring a stroller if you have a little one who may get tired. There is a fair amount of walking.
Noah’s Cafe is located inside the Creation Museum for those looking for a snack. They are offering a special turkey dinner during the holidays. A heated, covered patio overlooking the lights and lake is currently open for guests to dine on.
For those looking for a perfect Christain gift swing into the Dragon Hall Bookstore which is full of biblical resources, spiritual gifts, children’s books, and toys.
Plan on spending an hour and a half to two hours to get through the Museum.
Plan on an hour and a half to get through the gardens, live nativity and petting zoo.
There is a shuttle bus that will take you from the parking lot to the entrance of the Creation Museum.
Visit on a weekday when there are not as many crowds.
Consider purchasing a combo ticket and spending an additional evening at their sister attraction, The Ark Encounter.
We would like to thank Answers in Genesis and the Creation Museum for sponsoring this post.