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“Its [75,000] square feet of exhibits are often stunningly designed.”
—NY Times

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Within a day's drive for two-thirds the U.S. population

75,000 square feet with nearly 150 exhibits

More than 3.5 million visitors since opening in 2007

“The best-looking and most high-tech museum I've ever visited.”
—Pastor Johnny Hunt

Creation Museum Media Resources

The Creation Museum, owned and operated by Answers in Genesis (AiG), welcomes you to our media page. This online resource for credentialed media and Creation Museum supporters offers quick information about the high-tech, $27 million, 75,000-square-foot Creation Museum located west of the Cincinnati Airport in Petersburg, Kentucky.

Please see our media kit for key facts, bios, high-resolution photos, and more about the Creation Museum.

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“Why can’t we have a museum that teaches the truth?”
—Ken Ham

Ark Encounter and Creation Museum to Host Día Latino for Spanish-Speaking Guests
Sept. 18, 2017

Ark Encounter and Creation Museum to Host Día Latino for Spanish-Speaking Guests

The annual Día Latino has been announced for both the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum this year, set for September 30 and October 1, respectively.

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7th Annual Deaf Day at Creation Museum, and Now at Ark Encounter, October 15 and 16, 2016
Oct. 14, 2016

7th Annual Deaf Day at Creation Museum, and Now at Ark Encounter, October 15 and 16, 2016

Answers in Genesis is now hosting two Deaf Days, one at the Creation Museum on October 15, and one at the newly opened Ark Encounter on October 16.

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$1.5 Million Dinosaur Exhibit Dedicated Today at the Creation Museum
May 23, 2014

$1.5 Million Dinosaur Exhibit Dedicated Today at the Creation Museum

A new $1.5 million dinosaur exhibit at the Creation Museum housing a world-class allosaur skeleton was dedicated this morning.

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Ark Encounter

Ark Encounter is the Creation Museum’s sister attraction, located 40 miles away in Williamstown, Kentucky. This historical theme park features a 510-foot-long replica of Noah’s Ark as its centerpiece.