The Ark Encounter and Creation Museum are reopening on June 8! Note that dining, theaters, and other offerings have been enhanced to help you stay healthy.
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Noah’s Ark, All Aboard

One of the greatest game changers in all of history was the worldwide flood. In this workshop we discuss the reasons for this calamity, the methods God used to carry it out, and the hope God demonstrated in saving Noah’s family and the animals to start the world again. Just when kids think they’ve heard it all, there are new and fascinating details about the flood and the ark for students to think about:

  • What did the ark look like?
  • How could a “boat” like this hold all the animals?
  • How did Noah get all the animals onto the ark?
  • What kind of destruction could be expected from a flood of this size?
  • What are evidences we can see in our world today that prove there was once a flood that covered the whole world?

This class is interactive, lively, and engaging for all kids. A high point of the workshop is the unveiling of a three-dimensional, 6-foot, computer generated model of the original ark as we believe it may have looked.

Noah’s Ark: All Aboard is presented by Mrs. Ruth Carter. Ruth also teaches several other kids’ workshops. The presentation is planned with the upper elementary student in mind, but kids ages 5 through 6th grade may attend.

Private Programs

Private workshops can be booked for groups (subject to availability). The minimum group size is 35 paid participants (not including free adult observers) and the maximum is 40 participants. Maximum total group size is 80. To book your private event, please email our programs team or call 888-582-4253 ext. 229.

Dr. Steve and Ruth Carter: Ruth Carter grew up in Africa where her parents were missionaries. She and her husband coordinate the volunteer program at the Creation Museum.

Learn more about Dr. Steve and Ruth Carter