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
If you have been following our Throwback Thursday blog series celebrating the Creation Museum’s 10th anniversary, you know that we started with a look at some of our old photographs. We also learned through videos how the museum came together and searched for hidden exhibit details.
This week, we want to compare some of our old photos of the museum, its exhibits, and events with what they look like today. See the difference between then and now with these five image sliders below!
Here is an early aerial view of the Creation Museum grounds during construction and what the museum looks like from this unique angle now. Quite different, isn’t it?
The grand plaza sure has come a long way since the first picture below was taken. This is a favorite photo stop for our guests. Have you had your picture taken in front of our Saltasaurus?
When you visit the Creation Museum, you might grab a bite to eat in Noah's Café. The café has expanded since the museum opened. The deck/patio that had been outside is now indoor, and an additional deck was added outdoor. Check out what this popular dining spot looked like while the museum was being built!
As you walk through Corruption Valley, you will learn more about the origins of conflict, poisons, burdensome work, and suffering. In front of Adam and Eve’s house, you’ll find out where Cain got his wife. See what this exhibit looked like when it was under construction and how it looks today!
The Creation Museum takes on a whole new look during our popular Christmas Town event each year. Check out what the gardens and museum look like under the lights, and compare it to a recent picture from this spot below.
Plan your trip to the Creation Museum to see what it looks like today. Share your favorite photos from your visit with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter using #creationmuseum, and you might see one featured in a future blog!