Whether you have younger children or teens, it is especially important in these secularized times to bring them to the Creation Museum. Secularists are becoming increasingly aggressive in trying to reach young people with the message that God’s Word can’t be trusted and that man’s word is the authority. At the Creation Museum our guests will clearly see how observational science confirms God’s Word, not evolutionary ideas about the past. They will be encouraged to think biblically and to interpret the world through the lens of God’s Word. And if you have unbelieving friends or relatives, the gospel is very clearly presented in our Special Effects Theater in the program The Last Adam, so this is a great opportunity to share the gospel with them. And, of course, there’s also the petting zoo and camel rides to be enjoyed.
Now, if you can’t make it Christmas Eve, then take advantage of our 2 Buy 2 promotion—buy two tickets and get two free—any regular admission during the day, ending December 31. Every day is a great day to come as a whole family to the Creation Museum.
Or come on one of our final Christmas Town nights (December 26 and 28) where you’ll get to take a walk through the tens of thousands of lights we’ve put up in the gardens! Christmas Town is a free, family-friendly event that honors the birth of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ. Admission to the museum’s walk through biblical history is only $5 after 5:00 p.m. on all Christmas Town nights. Christmas Town will be open from 5:00–8:00 p.m. (or come early for a show with Buddy Davis and me at 4:00 p.m.) Since Christmas falls on a Friday this year, the last two days of Christmas Town will be held Saturday, December 26 and Monday, December 28. We look forward to seeing you there! Those evenings are a great time to bring your whole family down to go through the Creation Museum. Find out why thousands of people are traveling an average of 130 miles one way to visit Christmas Town!
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.