ChristmasTime at the Ark Encounter features beautiful lights (including the full-size Noah’s Ark lit up with rainbow lights), concerts with drama, traditional Christmas carol sing-alongs with our resident music group, “Encounter the Wonder” (our phenomenal video gospel presentation that shows how Christ’s incarnation, life, and death, go back to Genesis), skating on North America’s largest Glice® rink ($5 skate rental fee), and much more! It’s south of Cincinnati at exit 154 off I-75 in Williamstown, Kentucky.
ChristmasTown at the Creation Museum offers a spectacular garden of lights—with hundreds of thousands of lights—a live nativity, festive treats and shopping, and so much more. Also, for a special discounted price (starting at 5 p.m,), you can tour the Creation Museum’s walk-through, including our three brand-new and stunning exhibit areas and enjoy unlimited hot chocolate in a collectible travel mug. Zip across the lake and experience the lights from above on our ziplines (also available at a discounted rates). The museum is located two exits west of the Cincinnati Airport at exit 11 off I-275.
These spectacular events are a wonderful way of wrapping up the Christmas holidays as a family.
If you haven’t been to ChristmasTime and ChristmasTown yet, don’t miss your last opportunity! These spectacular events are a wonderful way of wrapping up the Christmas holidays as a family—and they’re free (you only pay for parking*). There is a cost to tour the inside the Ark and the Creation Museum. Plan your visit today at ArkEncounter.com and CreationMuseum.org.
New Creation Museum Hours for Winter 2020
Beginning January 1, the Creation Museum will be closed Sunday and Monday through March 9, 2020. This will give our maintenance team and fabricators enough time to do needed maintenance and upgrades. These are typically slower days of the week during the winter anyway. We will be open regular hours Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Beginning March 10, 2020, we will be open seven days a week, in preparation for our large spring break crowds.
Plan your visit at CreationMuseum.org.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.