For Deaf Day, the museum’s shows, presentations, and special programs will all be captioned or interpreted in American Sign Language (ASL). ASL interpretation will also be provided through the museum, and there will be a special Deaf-led presentation on dinosaurs and the Bible. Deaf or ASL-trained volunteers will be available to answer questions and provide directions as well as assist at ticket sales and the cafe.
We’re excited to add an extra day for Deaf guests to enjoy the Ark Encounter with captioning and ASL interpretation. While both attractions are already Deaf-friendly, Deaf Day makes the visit extra special. I encourage you to invite your Deaf friends or family members to enjoy the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter on October 14 and 15, 2017. Both attractions are in Northern Kentucky, about 45 minutes from each other.
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