Fall is the perfect time to take a walk through the botanical gardens at the Creation Museum. As the leaves change colors and the temperatures begin to drop, you are in for a memorable experience as you explore God’s creation.
Check out these photos to catch a glimpse of what the gardens look like during this season of change.
Beginning in September, our team began widening the trails throughout the botanical gardens, temporarily closing a portion of the gardens. Now that the trails have reopened, you have plenty of room to explore the beauty of God's creation surrounding you in the botanical gardens!
As you walk through the botanical gardens in the coming weeks, you might even get to see our crew hanging lights and preparing the grounds for our annual ChristmasTown at the Creation Museum. This special event, which runs November 23–December 30, 2018 (closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day), features a live nativity, spectacular light displays, and more!
Start planning your fall visit today, and be sure to mark your calendar for this year’s ChristmasTown at the Creation Museum. Share your favorite ChristmasTown at the Creation Museum photos with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter using #creationmuseum, and you might see your picture featured in a future blog!