Join one of our expert gardeners on a guided tour of the grounds in our brand new tour!
When it comes to safety, our zip lines are the best in the nation. Once a person is on the line, he cannot take himself off.
Beginning June 1, 2015, our guests will be able to observe the Ark being built by Amish crews through the summer months.
It doesn’t seem possible that just last February 2014, the Creation Museum hosted the Bill Nye/Ken Ham Debate.
Volunteers provide tremendous assistance to our ministry and we endeavor to make them feel extremely welcome and appreciated for their labor of love.
With many zip lines and sky bridges crisscrossing the canopy of the trees, we obviously have something for the whole family to enjoy!
This past week the Creation Museum’s zookeepers sheared the alpacas and sheep. Do you know the difference between an alpaca and a llama?
Join Buddy Davis in dinosaur country in July for a week of discovery, fellowship, music, and more.
This group of elementary school students and their chaperones flew in from Arizona.
Recently we had a school group return for their fifth overnight at the museum.
It is not every morning that you can be challenged to live God’s Word by two speakers sharing the spotlight!
Recently, the Creation Museum acquired some bones that have been identified as being from a duckbill dinosaur known as Edmontosaurus.
Naturally with over 2.3 million visitors to the Creation Museum since it opened, we have had a variety of guests, some of which are very unique.
It might be time to plan your next visit as we’ve probably added something since your last visit.
Do you want to explore the Creation Museum’s botanical gardens?
The live Nativity scene at our annual Christmas Town can now be moved intact, ready for use again this Christmas season.
While many schools send their seniors to Florida for their senior trip, one Christian school from Florida migrates north to enjoy the Creation Museum.
Slowly but surely, the gardens are springing back to life!
If children aren’t given answers to their questions about Scripture and the history it reveals, they cannot defend their faith against a fallen world.
The Creation Museum is pleased to announce that it has a Dinosaur Dig planned for this July in eastern Montana!
The Creation Museum experiences a huge influx of visitors during the spring break period, but sometimes the attendance is boosted even more.
Just making a trip to the Creation Museum would make for some great family fun, but there are two events in June that will take it up a notch.
This amazing presentation of The Book of Ruth is straight from the pages of Scripture, presented by Kristin Curby.
Cluck-Cluck the chicken is a popular fixture in the petting zoo and, this spring, she was joined by five new serama friends.