Before you begin your tour of the museum you are treated to a 4D movie. This is included in the price of admission, which I thought was awesome! This movie is so much fun! We loved it! The movie takes you through the creation of the world, and because it's 4D you feel the wind, sprays of water, and your seat rumbling and shaking! Alethea thought it was the coolest thing ever!
After you leave the movie theater, you have the joy and pleasure of strolling through the Garden of Eden. This was one of my favorite parts of the museum. I loved looking at all the displays, especially the animal ones. But all isn't perfectly tranquil in the garden for it is here you that you learn about original sin and effects of the fall.
This is part of the Biblical history section, showing how humankind multiplied after the fall.
And now, as promised, is the animatronic dinosaur that Alethea would not get any where near. It was way too life-like for her!
I should also add that the museum also has a lot of educational opportunities where you can attend workshops and/or hear speakers on a variety of topics. We did not hear any of these speakers on the day we were there because we had small children with us, but THE NEXT DAY, when we went to the Ark Encounter, we were privileged to hear Ken Ham, the founder of the Creation Museum, speak. He was so wonderful, and it was so exciting to see him in person. Starting in next week's travel post, I will share about our visit to the Ark Encounter. It was unbelievable! You won't want to miss it.
Tickets for the museum are $39.95 for an adult and $24.95 for ages 11-17. Children ages 5 -10 are FREE! We visited the Creation Museum last fall, during the month of September. It was past the tourist season, so it was not horribly busy. Masks are required to enter the building and if you are standing in a crowded place, but you are not required to leave them on if you can remain socially distant.
Have A Great Day! Amy
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