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You Can Now Explore More with Your Creation Museum Admission

by Creation Museum on July 3, 2019

Wondering how to explore everything that the Creation Museum has to offer in just one day? We’re excited to announce our brand-new—and free with your admission purchase—Explore More tickets that give you even more time to take advantage of all you can do here. Learn more about this new ticket below.

Explore Even More!

When you purchase your Creation Museum ticket (or a combo ticket which also includes admission to our sister attraction, the Ark Encounter), you automatically receive a free Explore More ticket. This gives you access to explore our world-class museum on the first day, and then return the following day for just the price of parking to explore the grounds (excluding the museum’s walk-through biblical history on the second day).

As you Explore More, you can enjoy*:

Eden Animal Experience and the Children's Adventure Area at the Creation Museum

To receive your Explore More tickets, simply come back to the Creation Museum with your proof of purchase within seven days of your initial visit to take advantage of this offer.

*Screaming Raptor Zip Lines and other activities may include an additional fee.

Individual and Family Annual Passes Now Available

We’re excited to offer annual passes to both the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter again. With an individual, couple, or family annual pass, you and your family can visit as many times as you’d like within one year. In addition to free parking, one onsite Answers Conference is even included with your annual pass! And if you want to attend an additional conference you will only pay 50% of the price. It’s a great way to experience these unique, faith-building attractions over and over again. And, with your annual pass, you won’t miss any of the exciting events taking place throughout the year.

Family in the Eden Botanical Gardens at the Creation Museum

Start planning your trip to visit the Creation Museum today! Share your favorite photos from your visit with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter using #creationmuseum, and you might see them featured in a future blog!