Free Admission for Kids 10 and Under Continues at Ark Encounter and Creation Museum in 2021 – To encourage even more families to visit the internationally popular Ark Encounter and Creation Museum in 2021, the two Northern Kentucky themed attractions of Answers in Genesis have announced they will extend their 2020 offer of free admission to children 10 and under through the end of this year.
Pro-Life Exhibit Opened at the Creation Museum – Using the latest scientific discoveries along with teachings from the Bible, a team of artists, technicians, and scientists at the Creation Museum has created a $1.2 million visually striking exhibit, Fearfully and Wonderfully Made.
Ark Encounter and Creation Museum to Temporarily Close – The leadership of Answers in Genesis and its biblical attractions, the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter, has been and continues to be actively meeting and communicating nearly around the clock concerning the ever-changing situation regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Ark Encounter and Creation Museum Finish First and Second in National Poll The Ark Encounter has been chosen as the best religious museum in the United States, out of 20 nominees. The results of the USA Today 10 Best Readers’ Choice Awards for 2020 are final, and the Ark Encounter received the most readers’ votes from a list of the top religious museums in the nation as selected by a panel of top travel experts. Not only that, the Ark’s sister institution, the high-tech Creation Museum, finished second in the voting. Both attractions have made Northern Kentucky the leading faith-based destination in America.
Children Ten and Under Free Admission at Ark Encounter and Creation Museum – To encourage even more families to visit, the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum are welcoming all children ten years and under for free during 2020. As long as there is one adult paying full price admission, all children ten and under in the same party get free tickets.
Legality of School Field Trips to the Ark Defended – To rebut threatening letters sent to Kentucky’s public schools by an atheist group attempting to stop field trips to the Ark Encounter, Ken Ham, CEO/Founder of the Ark, has mailed letters to the superintendents of the same schools to assure them of the legality of sending classes on an official school trip to the popular attraction in Northern Kentucky.
Come experience God’s Creation at the Creation Museum located in Petersburg, KY near Cincinnati, OH. You can learn about the Bible and Science here too. (The 7 C’s in God’s Eternal Plan) #CreationMuseum
The rural landscape just off I-75 in Williamstown, Kentucky provides the ideal scenic backdrop for taking guests back in time as they approach the life-size Noah’s Ark, the world’s next great family theme park. #ArkEncounter