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We are pleased to announce the addition of a world-class dinosaur skeleton, an Allosaurus fragilis, to the array of exceptional exhibits at the Creation Museum. Recently donated to the museum, this specimen is believed to have one of the six or seven best-preserved Allosaurus skulls ever discovered.
Regale yourself with delightful artwork and other beautiful adornments as you stroll beneath extraordinary Chinese dragons in the museum's portico. Learn about fabulous encounters with these incredible beasts from China to Africa, Europe to the Americas, and Australia to the Middle East. Discover what ancient historians have written about these creatures, and examine armaments that may have been used by valiant dragon-slayers.
They’re creepy and crawly, and they’re on display at the Creation Museum. Some insects are big, such as one insect that weighs almost half a pound, and many of them are long, like our branch-like stick insects. If you’re wondering, there really is a Dr. Crawley who generously donated his world-class insect collection to the Creation Museum. He wants museum guests to discover the fascinating design that our Creator has built into bugs.
See more than two dozen rare Bible manuscripts and artifacts from the famed Green Collection. This exhibit highlights the efforts of brave Bible scholars—some of whom lost their lives in the often dangerous work of Bible translation—and celebrates God’s Word throughout the
From your first steps into the Creation Museum, it is clear this will be a remarkable experience! Be amazed by the animatronic dinosaurs and children, the waterfall, the towering trees, large aquarium, and live animal exhibits.
Dr. David Menton, biologist, talks about the similarities (known as homology) in the skeletons of vertebrates. While the biology is similar in many ways, the differences between man and any of the animals are obvious. Most importantly, God created man in His image and with the ability to communicate with Him by reading the Bible and talking to God in prayer.
The evidence is in the present—but what happened in the past? See a coal mine, fossil displays, and a dinosaur skeleton under excavation. Learn why two scientists can come to different conclusions from the same evidence.
The same evidence can result in very different interpretations. This room examines our starting points to explain why the different views about origins are in conflict.
She is the poster girl of human evolution, presented in other museums as a member of the same line from which modern humans arose. See how the Creation Museum has presented her from a biblical starting point. This high-tech exhibit uses holograms to give an inside look into Lucy’s anatomy.
Learn how the Bible has been attacked and defended throughout history. See a Guttenberg Press replica, learn about Martin Luther, and consider the far-reaching effects of the Scopes trial.
The Bible has survived the ravages of time, just as Jesus Christ prophesied: “Heaven and earth shall pass away: but my words shall not pass away” (Mark 13:31). The discovery of the Dead Sea scrolls in 1947 and the survival of thousands of New Testament manuscripts give amazing testimony to the preservation of God’s Word.
Watch what happens when the Bible is taken out of a culture, as has happened in once-Christian nations. Peer through the windows to see “real-life” examples of how compromising God’s Word has harmed the church and the family.
This wide-screen, spectacular video presentation summarizes the six days of creation, as recorded in Genesis. God’s perfect creation of the world is revealed in stunning color.
“In the beginning God created . . . ” (Genesis 1:1). This room scientifically confirms this verse in a breathtaking presentation. Fifteen videos showcase the wonders of God’s creation and demonstrate His care through the intricate details of design.
Learn how Adam named the animals. Walk through the verdant Garden of Eden and observe the creation of Eve, the tree of life, God’s first commandment, and Adam and Eve’s disobedience.
The numerous effects of sin are clearly illustrated in this exhibit. And an animatronic Methuselah explains what happened to Adam’s descendents. Ever wondered where Cain got his wife?
This full-scale cross-section of the ark represents only one percent of the actual ark. Consider the construction, tools, and skills needed to construct a vessel to survive a worldwide flood.
Many ways in which Noah and his family could have solved the problems of looking after all the animal kinds in such a large vessel are portrayed throughout this exhibit.
Numerous videos, detailed signs, a breathtaking mural, and dioramas of Mount St. Helens and Grand Canyon explain many of the evidences concerning the global flood of Noah’s day.
Uncover what natural selection can and cannot do. A cave aquarium features live, blind cave fish, showing how natural selection allows organisms to adapt but not evolve. You’ll also uncover the truth about antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Located in the Flood Geology room.
The origin of people groups is explored in this section of the Creation Museum, answering questions about skin color, language, families, etc.
The Last Adam Theater is the dramatic finale of the museum’s Walk Through History. After Adam’s sin, mankind needed a Redeemer, the last Adam, Jesus Christ. Hear the gospel as Christ’s birth, death, resurrection, and ultimate return are shared in this clear and powerful presentation.
Lined with interesting exhibits of fossils and more, Palm Plaza is designed with an Egyptian architectural influence. You can also see the museum’s unique collection of dinosaur stamps from around the world.
Biblical history is the key to understanding dinosaurs. Walk amidst full-size, lifelike sculptures of many of these amazing creatures—along with fossilized dinosaur eggs, a triceratops skeleton casting, and much more!