|Christmas Town adds so much to our visit to the Creation Museum. We will arrive early in the afternoon so that we can stay until dark to enjoy the dazzling garden of lights and reflect on the true meaning of the season at the indoor nativity. This tour also includes the Planetarium which will be showing “What Was the Christmas Star?” The mysterious star in the east that heralded the birth of Jesus and guided the wise men? Discover the truth about this special star in this 4K planetarium show with stunning 3D scenes. |
Creation Museum - Garden of Eden: Explore the idyllic Garden of Eden alongside Adam and Eve. You’ll see Adam naming the animals, the creation of Eve, the tree of life, and the serpent cunningly coiled in the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. • Lucy the Ape: Lucy is a famous evolutionary icon. Is she best understood as a human ancestor or an extinct ape? Holograms and life-like sculpturing help to answer this question. • Christ, Cross, Consummation: This is a powerful new exhibit with stunning original artwork presenting the salvation message beginning with Genesis. • Dr. Crawley’s Insectarium: They’re creepy and crawly, and they’re on display at the Creation Museum. See exotic butterflies, colorful beetles, giant stick insects, and more as you discover the fascinating design of bugs. • Dragon Legends: Legends of fearsome beasts called dragons are found in cultures around the world. Where did these legends come from, and could there be some truth behind the tales? • Allosaurus: Meet Ebenezer, our stunning full-size Allosaurus. He’s a testament to the reality of the global Flood of Noah’s day and the truth of God’s Word. • Noah’s Ark: What did Noah’s Ark look like, how was it built, and how did Noah care for the animals during the year long voyage? Get answers as you explore just one percent of the massive Ark. • Dinosaur Den: Nothing fascinates both kids and adults quite like dinosaurs. You’ll see dinosaur sculptures of all kinds and learn about their incredible design in Buddy Davis’ Dinosaur Den. • History of the Bible: Ever wondered how we got the Bible? Explore where the text came from; learn how it has been attacked, defended, and preserved; and even see a Gutenberg printing press replica in this exhibit. • Natural Selection: Natural selection is the name Charles Darwin gave to an observable process, which results in small changes in the plant and animal world, such as fur color or plant height. Darwin believed that given enough time, this process could be the primary mechanism of unobservable molecules-to-man evolution, but can it? • Museum of the Bible: Museum of the Bible presents “Dragon Slayers,” an exhibit examining three dragon slayers. • The Flood: During the year of the Flood, the ocean waters picked up plants and animals on the land and buried them in sequences of mud and sand layers where they became fossils. The Flood left behind layer upon layer of rocks and fossils in the present, spread right across continents.