We are so excited to announce that, after being closed all winter for a complete upgrade, Legacy Hall at the Creation Museum is now open! This major update allowed us to fit 100 more seats into the auditorium (which can now seat nearly 1,000 people), and completely upgrade our older technology—including the installation of an LED wall and new sound and lighting systems—so we can better serve our guests and reach even more people during our daily presentations.
The space that is currently Legacy Hall started out as the warehouse for our parent ministry, Answers in Genesis. We quickly outgrew the space, moving the warehouse off-site and transforming the space into a 900-seat auditorium. That space served us incredibly well, and we are so thankful for all of the conferences, speaking presentations, animal encounters, and even Ken Ham’s debate with Bill Nye in 2014 that took place there.
But our technology was aging, particularly our projectors, and our attraction design team realized if we reconfigured the room, we could seat 100 more people—which is important considering the growing number of guests we’re welcoming to our attractions.
Praise the Lord with us for this new state-of-the-art auditorium that will help our guests discover the truth of God’s Word and the saving gospel through a variety of daily and special programs. These programs include daily presentations from our dynamic speakers on a wide variety of topics, fascinating animal encounters with our knowledgeable zoo staff, and special concerts and events.
There’s so much going on at the Creation Museum each day! Plan your visit and bring your family this summer. To ensure you don’t miss anything, check out our new Bouncer Pass option. This pass allows three days of “bouncing” between the attractions, the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter, over a seven-day period. This gives you the most flexibility in planning your visit so you can enjoy everything both attractions have to offer. And don’t forget, kids 10 and under enjoy free admission in 2022.
Start planning your trip to the Creation Museum and the Ark Encounter today, and be sure to see a presentation inside Legacy Hall while you are here!