The Ark Encounter and Creation Museum are now open daily! Note that dining, theaters, and other offerings have been enhanced to help you stay healthy.
What to know before you visit
You don’t have to look long or hard for one of the Creation Museum’s most famous exhibits when you enter the Main Hall. That exhibit, of course, is the depiction of children playing next to young T. rex dinosaurs.
So, it becomes clear that the exhibit represents life after the Fall of humankind.
It’s also likely that animals were vegetarian prior to the Fall since God prescribed vegetarian diets for both man and beast up to that point in history. It’s also possible, since mankind was extremely wicked prior to the Flood, that men would have mistreated animals. This would have led to a probable breakdown of their original harmony, and to the possibility that people and animals were in violation of this command to be vegetarian.
Now that we’ve got you thinking, we invite you to visit us soon to discover biblical answers at the Creation Museum!
Read more on our “Dinosaurs and Humans” topic page!