“Spectacular!” “Stunning!” “Awesome!” “Unique!” Those are just some of the words people use to describe all the lights and programs at the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter. Our Christmas programs, ChristmasTown at the Creation Museum and ChristmasTime at the Ark Encounter, have been very popular this year. Thousands of families have come to see the breathtaking lights (hundreds of thousands of them), enjoy a spin on our synthetic ice rink, or sing Christmas carols with Steve Hess & Southern Salvation. Don’t miss your opportunity to enjoy these special events—they end December 30 (closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day).
These selected photos are from the Creation Museum, which has eleven themed gardens filled with Christmas lights!
We need to remember and celebrate Christ and the light he brings through the precious message of the gospel.
There are only seven ChristmasTown and ChristmasTime nights left for the 2020 season. These safe, family-friendly, God-honoring events are sure to encourage and bless you and your family, causing you to reflect on the Light of the world, Jesus. Yes, it’s been a dark year—we need to remember and celebrate Christ and the light he brings through the precious message of the gospel. And attending our two free events (you just pay for parking) with your family is a wonderful way to do that. And be sure to visit both attractions here in N. Kentucky as they offer different opportunities.
And while you’re at the Ark Encounter, be sure to check out our new lemurs. These wonderful animals have been a real hit! Our zoo, located behind the 510-foot-long Ark, has an intimate feel to it, as people are able to get close to most of the animals. It’s a must for every family.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.