Like thousands of others, start a family tradition and keep coming back to Christmas Town at the Creation Museum!
Our guests probably don’t think about the need for preventive maintenance because of the gradual wear and tear of things at the Creation Museum.
Don’t miss an exciting hands-on fossil hunt led by Dr. Andrew Snelling.
With October just around the corner there are several events at the Creation Museum that our readers might be interested in.
Next time you visit the museum, check out the latest augmented reality app at FotoFX!
Our Petting Zoo staff puts much time and effort into the care of our animals. For our equines (zorse, zonkey, and donkey), husbandry includes regular hoof care.
This new exit from the petting zoo will help when we see the influx of crowds that we anticipate visiting the museum once the Ark opens in 2016.
More than 30 families joined Buddy Davis in Tennessee to explore Cumberland Caverns. And a trip with Buddy isn’t complete without a concert!
One of our long-time Deaf volunteers, Eric, has recorded a new video to tell our Deaf guests about Deaf Day coming up in just one month!
The recent Dinosaur Dig with Buddy Davis in eastern Montana showed God’s handiwork in stormy weather, fossils finds, and great fellowship.
Our petting zoo at the Creation Museum is home to two coatis. What are coatis, you ask?
Join Creation Museum astronomer Dr. Danny Faulkner for a very special edition of the Creation Museum’s popular Stargazer’s Night program.
If you started training today, you would have seven weeks to get ready for our seventh annual run, October 17.
Our guests have had a special treat recently thanks to the advent of a dinosaur stalking about the premises.
Get all the information you need to help children around the world receive something most of them have never received before . . . a gift.
This past summer’s weather has been the best since we opened in 2007.
We're excited to be adding a new God-honoring planetarium show called Aliens: Fact or Fiction?
Día Latino takes places October 3 at the Creation Museum with special events for our Spanish-speaking friends.
Are you looking for something to do to get the family outside during these last days of summer?
Another new activity has arrived at the Creation Museum! The tower has gone up and the water has started flowing. “What is it?” you anxiously wonder.
We are so excited to have Calvin come and present our message in his heart language, which is the heart language of most of our Deaf Day audience, ASL.
When you returned home from the Museum and tried to tell your church family about the “message” you learned, did you find that your words weren’t adequate?
We want to help you start your school year off with the truth! From now until August 31 we are offering a special package deal.
Did you know that some sheep have hair for a coat instead of wool?