Not only will they have a remarkable time and make lasting memories but also they’ll learn about the truth of God’s Word and the gospel of Jesus Christ.
We hope these top designations will encourage even more people visit the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum in Northern Kentucky. Not only will they have a remarkable time and make lasting memories, but also they’ll learn about the truth of God’s Word and the gospel of Jesus Christ. That’s the message everyone needs to hear, and that’s why we want as many individuals and families as possible to visit these high-quality Christian themed attractions.
Thank you to everyone who voted for their favorite attraction! We’re excited to have won both first and second place out of 20 museums! And if you’ve never been to visit the Ark and the museum, plan your visit today. (And don’t forget—kids 10 and under enjoy free admission all year!) Learn more at ArkEncounter.com and CreationMuseum.org.
Oh, by the way: the Smithsonian Natural History Museum (and others like it that promote naturalistic evolution) should have been nominated as a religious museum. It promotes the religion of atheism! There actually is no “non-religious” position for museums: each has a worldview to proclaim. The Ark and Creation Museum are religious museums in that they promote the Christian worldview!
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.