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Using Snapchat to Spark Conversations

by Creation Museum on October 21, 2016

At the Creation Museum, we’re always looking for opportunities to engage with people in ways that are culturally relevant and to open doors to share biblical truths with those around us.

In light of that, our social media team decided to experiment with Snapchat lenses on several of the high-quality exhibits at Creation Museum. Many of the figures inside the museum are so lifelike that Snapchat recognizes their faces while using the lens feature. We hope you enjoy these photos and video we created during our research. When you visit, take a few of your own pictures to share with friends and family.

Four Images

Meet Isaiah in the Biblical Authority exhibit.

Dr. Arthur Pod

Dr. Arthur Pod is located in Dr. Crawley's Insectorium.

Statue Turned Dog

See this figure in the Confusion exhibit.

Diorama Figure

Check out this diorama in the Confusion exhibit.

Lucy Turned Deer

This is a representation of Lucy with Light Skin. She is located in the "What Did Lucy Look Like?" display in the Starting Points exhibit.

Listen to this skeptic in the Ark Construction display withing the Catastrophe exhibit.

Student with Sunglasses

In the Starting Points exhibit, you can see this young boy as you prepare to enter the Biblical Authority exhibit.

Working on Ark

Meet this worker in the Ark Construction display inside the Catastrophe exhibit.

Lucy as Dog

This is a representation of Lucy as a Gorilla. She is also located in the "What Did Lucy Look Like?" display in the Starting Points exhibit.

Glowing Face

Meet Isaiah in the Biblical Authority exhibit.

Noah with Sunglasses

This Noah figure is located in the Ark Construction display inside the Catastrophe exhibit.

Please remember to respect all signs and boundaries when taking photos at the Creation Museum. We hope these photos can help spark conversations with your family and friends about the biblical truths you learned while visiting the Creation Museum.

Be sure to use #creationmuseum when posting your photos on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. You can also follow us on Snapchat @creationmuseum.