Ebenezer Joins Our World-class Exhibits

by Creation Museum on May 19, 2014

When was the last time that you stepped into a room and said, “Wow!”? Well, if you are planning a trip to the Creation Museum this Memorial Day weekend or this summer to take advantage of our Kids Free in 2014, you are in for a really special treat!

Our museum exhibit team has been diligently working to install our world-class dinosaur skeleton, an Allosaurus fragilis, before the arrival of our summer crowds. This 30-foot-long treasure, resembling a T. rex, only smaller, has what is believed to be one of the best-preserved Allosuarus skulls ever discovered. Your children will enjoy looking at its 53 curved and serrated teeth that average 4.5 inches in length! Excavated in Colorado in 2002 by people working with Pete DeRosa’s family, and then acquired by the Elizabeth Streb Peroutka Foundation, the dinosaur named Ebenezer will find its permanent home here at the Creation Museum as a testament to the truths found in God’s Word, and not be used to indoctrinate our kids with belief in evolution!

Here are some sneak peaks of the exhibit as we finish up the final details:

Allosaur skull Allosaur skeleton

Read more about Ebenezer in today’s lead article.