Children love the Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum—and we love having them visit! We want as many children as possible to visit so they can discover the truth of God’s Word, see the Bible brought to life, and hear the gospel message. That’s why we’re offering, for the third year in a row, all children ten and under free admission to both the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum here in N. Kentucky.
Now, like I said, kids love the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum—but don’t take my word for it! Parents recently shared on Facebook how much their kids loved their visit, and I thought I would share those with you:
Kids are encouraged to trust God’s Word—and they’ll hear the gospel message more than once during their visit.
As you see above, children, and their parents, love visiting the world’s two leading Christian themed attractions. But (again, as many of the parents shared), it’s more than just a fun family trip and memory. Kids are encouraged to trust God’s Word—and they’ll hear the gospel message more than once during their visit. And they get lots of answers to many of the skeptical questions of our day that attack the Bible.
So, plan a visit this year, perhaps for your spring break trip or summer family vacation, for the whole family—and don’t forget, all children ten and under enjoy free admission for 2022. 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 adult.)
Plan your visit to ArkEncounter.com and CreationMuseum.org.
The Ark is located in the greater Cincinnati area, and our local NFL team, the Cincinnati Bengals, has made it to the playoffs. So we thought we would light up the life-size Ark in orange (the team’s color). By the way, the 510-foot-long Ark is more than 1 ½ times the length of a football field!
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