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New Exhibit Opening Memorial Day Weekend

by Creation Museum on May 25, 2017

On May 28, 2007, the Creation Museum opened to the public. As part our 10th anniversary celebration this Memorial Day weekend, we are opening a powerful new exhibit featuring stunning artwork.

This exhibit, which walks you through the final three C’s of biblical history, was designed to teach visitors even more about Christ from Genesis to Revelation. Learn more about this exciting new addition to the Creation Museum below!

3 C’s Exhibit Entrance Sign

Introducing Christ, Cross, Consummation

The Christ, Cross, Consummation exhibit is made up of stunning pieces, and clearly presents the gospel. It depicts scenes such as the nativity, Jesus walking on water, Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead, and the angel rolling back the stone from Jesus’ empty tomb.

3 C’s Nativity

This exhibit ties the whole museum together at the end by talking about the first Adam and the last Adam.

3 C’s Empty Tomb

Unique Process

Three artists were responsible for each of the illustrations for the Christ, Cross, Consummation exhibit. Each person worked on three pieces at one time. To ensure that their individual styles were not dominant, they swapped the pieces. They felt this process would create a better overall product.

Learn more about how this powerful exhibit came together in this video with Ken Ham, president and CEO of our parent ministry, Answers in Genesis.

Memorial Day Offer

If you want to be among the first to see this new exhibit, consider joining us for Memorial Day. On Monday, May 29, we are offering all US veterans and active military free admission to the museum. This is our way of saying “thank you” for your faithful and sacrificial service to America. (This special admission offer is for onsite ticket purchase and cannot be combined with any other promotional offers or discounts.)

Flags on Museum Drive

Make your plans now to join us and see the new Christ, Cross, Consummation exhibit today! Share your favorite photos from your visit with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter using #creationmuseum.