The first day of spring is past, the trees are budding, early spring flowers are blooming in the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum gardens, and that means Easter is right around the corner. And you can enjoy this celebration of the risen Christ at our attractions in northern Kentucky, April 2–4, 2021.
During our Answers Easter Weekend, enjoy special teaching and live music at both the Ark and museum.
During our Answers Easter Weekend, enjoy special teaching and live music at both the Ark and museum (all included with normal admission). You’ll hear from me as well as Dr. Georgia Purdom, Tim Chaffey, and Bryan Osborne, presenting at the Ark Encounter and/or Creation Museum. Musician John G. Elliot will be performing and will also be showing excerpts from his coming Revelation Project, which features the book of Revelation put to orchestral music and beautiful imagery. Our resident artists, the group Steve Hess & Southern Salvation, will also be performing several concerts as they raise their voices in song to honor the Savior.
Now, be sure to bring your appetite with you, because as part of our food offerings, we’re serving seasonal favorites, such as ham or seafood (and, of course, fried chicken), along with sides and desserts at the Ark Encounter, and ham with scalloped potatoes and green beans at the Creation Museum.
Answers Easter Weekend is included with your general admission ticket. The best way to ensure you can enjoy everything is with a combo admission ticket that allows you to visit both the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum. As you plan your visit, remember kids ten and under are free for 2021. There’s no limit to how many children you can bring for free. (Though, of course, the children must be accompanied by at least one paying adult.)
Plan your visit at ArkEncounter.com or CreationMuseum.org.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.
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