It’s finally time for spring break, and many American families are planning trips to enjoy some (hopefully!) warmer weather and an opportunity to do some fun activities and experiences as a family. I want to encourage you to take advantage of our great new value for our family-friendly attractions: multi-day passes to the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum. Spend your spring break here in Northern Kentucky (near Cincinnati).
These multi-day passes give you admission to both the Ark and the museum for seven consecutive days, along with free parking, a 10% discount in their stores, and one to two complimentary children’s meals (valid for the Family Voyage package only with the purchase of adult meals). You can come and go as many times as you like at either attraction for seven consecutive days. This allows you to take in daily speaker sessions, our Discover Series (more on that below), exhibits, the gardens, Eden Animal Experience (at the museum), Ararat Ridge Zoo (at the Ark), and attend any special non-ticketed event that may be taking place during your visit.
The passes—available for families, married couples, or individuals—are a wonderful way of exploring both the Ark and museum at your leisure. The added flexibility makes it easier to visit other local attractions without missing out on anything you want to see at the Ark Encounter and at the Creation Museum.
I’m often asked what else is there to do in our area. Well, Cincinnati is right in our backyard and it’s full of fun things to do, depending on your interests. We’re also within driving distance of Lexington, Louisville, Dayton, and Indianapolis, all of which have unique experiences that you’re sure to love. Here are just a few ideas for attractions (some of them are our family favorites) in the area to take in while you’re here:
By the way, one of my personal favorites is the Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio—the biggest such museum in the world with a timeline of the history of flight, World War I & II, Space Age, etc.—and it’s free!
If you’re just passing through the area and only want to spend one day at each of our attractions, we still have our very popular combo passes that allow you to visit both attractions for one day each. Parking is now included in the combo pass.
I’m excited to announce that our workshops are now free with general admission to the Creation Museum. These hands-on educational workshops cover topics such as fingerprints, forensic entomology, animal enrichment, fossils, sun spots, ears, eyes, and so much more.
Educational programs, such as Explore Days and High School Labs, require advanced registration and user fees to cover the cost of materials used in experiments.
Your multi-day pass allows you to attend a wide variety of educational programs, as you don’t have to limit your visit to just one day and can come back as often as you like over seven consecutive days. Kids and adults love these special programs, so be sure to make plans to attend as many as possible while you are here.
Learn more at Creation Museum.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.