A big part of the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum are our two zoos—Ararat Ridge Zoo at the Ark and Eden Animal Experience at the museum. Families love meeting animals, such as our kangaroos, zebroids (a zorse and a zonkey), coatis, sloths, camels, and getting a biblical perspective on each animal—including an understanding of what it means that God made “kinds” of land animals. And you can meet our zoo animals again and again for years to come with a lifetime boarding pass to the Ark Encounter.
As our zoos (particularly the Ark Encounter’s) continue to expand, there will always be favorite animals to meet again and new ones to enjoy. And both zoos also have live animal programs. At the Ark, our animal actors stage introduces animals to our guests, along with teaching about that particular animal kind from a biblical worldview. At the Creation Museum, take in one of the special live animal programs in Legacy Hall. Of course, the zoos are in addition to all the world-class Bible-upholding exhibits (which we continue to expand at both attractions) and the many programs, presentations, and events at the Ark and the Creation Museum that honor God and his Word—and answer the skeptical questions of our day.
There’s plenty to do and lots to keep you returning again and again to both the Ark and Creation Museum.
All that to say—there’s plenty to do and lots to keep you returning again and again to both the Ark and Creation Museum in northern Kentucky. So I encourage you to purchase a lifetime boarding pass, which includes lifetime admission to both the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum (there’s an individual pass or a family pass, which includes your children of any age), eight free Ark Encounter tickets to give away each year, free parking, and much more. These are only back for a limited time, so be sure to get one right away to enjoy a lifetime of benefits and memories for you and your family.
Visit ArkEncounter.com to learn more.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.