Visitors to the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter over the next few weeks will probably notice our hard-working and talented grounds crew busy putting up tens of thousands of Christmas lights to bring our spectacular gardens to life for the Christmas season. We’re so excited to be able to share our gorgeous grounds, a live nativity, Glice skating rink (at the Creation Museum this year), a traditional Christmas carol sing-along, and more with guests during our annual ChristmasTown at the Creation Museum and ChristmasTime at the Ark Encounter events, on select days, November 27, 2020, through December 30, 2020, in N. Kentucky.
At the Creation Museum, stroll through our beautiful garden of lights, reflect on a live nativity, visit our petting zoo, and take a spin on our synthetic ice Glice rink (skate rental at nominal fee required). At the Ark Encounter 45 minutes away, enjoy the life-size Noah’s Ark lit up in rainbow lights, beautiful light displays throughout the grounds, a large zoo and petting area, a camel ride (ticket purchase required), our “Encounter the Wonder” show, and a traditional Christmas carol sing-along with our resident artists, Steve Hess & Southern Salvation performing in the Answers Center.
Families love our Christmas events, and they’ve become a Christmas tradition for many in our Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area and beyond.
Both of these events are free—you only pay for parking.* Families love our Christmas events, and they’ve become a Christmas tradition for many in our Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area and beyond. I encourage you to plan a visit with your family.
We’re also offering a special discount on dinner as well as tickets to tour the Ark Encounter or explore the Creation Museum’s exhibits on all ChristmasTime and ChristmasTown evenings, after 5 p.m. It’s a wonderful opportunity to visit both of these attractions and enjoy celebrating the birth of our Savior, the Lord Jesus.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.