During the Christmas season we invite everyone to come for ChristmasTown and ChristmasTime and also to join us for the following free events (and if you’re in one of the counties mentioned below, you also enjoy free parking):
- Christmas Truths for Families (select dates). Discover Christmas, beginning in Genesis, as you explore the true history of the world and the fulfillment of the promise God made to Eve in this special family workshop at the museum. You’ll go through Old Testament history and clearly see Christ from beginning to end. This event is free (with $5 parking for non-local residents) as part of ChristmasTown at the Creation Museum and is taking place from December 3 to 6, starting at 5 p.m. Visit our website for all the details.
- Twelve Stones Christian Academy Christmas Event on December 6. The students from our Christian school, Twelve Stones, are putting on a special Christmas production, “Long Foretold,” at the Creation Museum on December 6, at 7 p.m. It’s a unique look at the wise men and their journey to worship Jesus. “Long Foretold” will answer your questions about the wise men: Were they at the manger scene? Why did they follow the star? Why were their gifts significant? And more! This event is free (with $5 parking for non-local residents).
- “Promise: A Christmas Drama” on December 7. This drama and musical event at the Ark’s Answers Center features a choir, orchestra, and cast of actors coming together from God’s Bible School & College, as well as Aldersgate Christian Academy, to trace the promise of the Messiah from Eden through the manger and to the cross. It will be a beautiful celebration of God’s unfailing plan of redemption and the hope we have because of Christ. This free event ($10 for parking) is December 7, beginning with a prelude at 4:30 p.m. Find all the event details on our website. The orchestra and singing will be outstanding!
Our free-parking offer applies to residents in Kentucky’s Grant, Boone, Kenton, Campbell, Pendleton, Gallatin, and Owen counties, and Indiana’s Dearborn county.
Plan your visit today at CreationMuseum.org or ArkEncounter.com, in Northern Kentucky. I strongly encourage you to take the Christmas season as an opportunity to bring friends and family to the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter to start gospel-centered conversations.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.