Have you ever wanted to spend a night with the dinosaurs? One of the Creation Museum’s overnight programs may be perfect for your group!
Every year at the Creation Museum brings a very special Evening to Remember. Join us in February for an enjoyable and relaxing evening as you enjoy dinner and a special event.
Presentations from the “Got Questions? Get Answers!” series are available each day that the Creation Museum is open. Most days you will be able to experience one of Answers in Genesis’s dynamic speakers examining the relevance of Genesis in today’s world. Why do people no longer believe the Bible is true? Why is the Christian worldview crumbling? How does unbelief in the history of Genesis undermine the authority of Scripture and the Gospel? Our speakers seek to answer these questions (and more) to equip you with biblical and scientific knowledge that shows Genesis is true history and is foundational to Christianity. Some days, you may be treated to a concert from singer/songwriter Buddy Davis or a special DVD presentation.
Experience the amazing thrill of international-style target archery at the Creation Museum.
Christmas Town is an annual outreach of the Creation Museum. Christmas Town features a free live nativity, dazzling lights, and live dramas. As we get closer to December, we’ll post more information about this year’s amazing program!
This annual event features ASL interpretation throughout the Creation Museum as well as text-based captioning in several theater presentations. The Creation Museum’s first Deaf Day was on Labor Day in 2010, with over 25 volunteers and an estimated 150 Deaf guests and families coming for the event.
Since 2010, the Creation Museum has partnered with the Foundation Advancing Creation Truth (FACT) and director Otis Kline to offer exciting Dinosaur Digs with Buddy Davis. These hands-on learning adventures take place in Glendive, Montana, during the summer.
Children ages 3–8 are invited to join us for Dino-Mite Readers at the Creation Museum. This free program is an interactive and engaging reading time featuring Christian and Creation children’s books from the Museum’s own Dragon Hall bookstore.
When Ken Ham gets the chance, he likes to interact with Creation Museum guests, and Meet Ken Ham sessions are a great way to do this. Spend a few minutes chatting with Ken, sharing your story, and asking any questions you may have.
Learn from the experts! Take a guided tour through the Creation Museum led by scientists and speakers from our staff. Topics range from the biblical application or science behind the exhibits, to the preparation of the exhibits themselves. Get A Closer Look when you join us for one of these informative tours.
Photography workshops take place seasonally at the Creation Museum. These programs are led by award-winning photographers Martin and Deb Minnard, who serve on staff at the museum. Each workshop includes a time of photography and a time of critique.
These photography workshops are sponsored by Foto FX.
Join us for the annual Raptor Run! The Raptor Run 5K takes place at the Creation Museum each fall. Whether you like to sprint for the finish line or walk toward it with a group of friends, you can enjoy this exciting run.
The Creation Museum is excited to offer the “Scope It Out!” series on the function and use of microscopes. Whether you are a student, a teacher, or someone who just wants to delve into the world of the microscopic, these classes are for you! Start with an introduction to microscopy and learn the proper use and care of microscopes. But don’t stop there; continue with one of our advanced classes. Come join us as we Scope It Out!
Enjoy an after-hours event exploring some of God’s most amazing stellar creations. This popular program features astronomical teaching and an exciting outside journey through the night sky examining constellations, stars, globular star clusters, and more using several powerful telescopes.