Easter Living History Experience
Living history is coming to the Creation Museum Easter weekend, March 29–30, 2024. What’s “living history”? It’s an exciting event for Creation Museum guests, featuring staff in accurately recreated costumes who give details on the historical background of Easter and Passover. And it’s a free event with your Creation Museum admission!
Easter Living History features special displays, such as:
- An auxiliary military camp with soldiers:
You’ll discover how the military garrison of Judaea functioned under the Roman governors and why extra troops were needed in Jerusalem during Passover.
- A money changers’ table (like the tables Jesus flipped over in the temple in Matthew 21:12–13):
This display will highlight how the temple tax system and bank worked. Guests will even have the opportunity to change some of their “foreign money” for a replica half-shekel that would have been used to pay the temple tax. Also learn about typical wages and currency exchange.
- A baker’s shop:
Passover is observed during the Feast of Unleavened Bread, so many travelers would need to buy bread. Baker’s shops got busy! See a clay oven at work, and discover how family prep for the Passover meal would have looked.
- An optional display on Roman justice and punishment:
Learn about Roman justice and methods of punishment, including flogging and crucifixion.
Enjoy learning more about Passover in first-century Israel—it will be a very unique experience! Plan your visit at CreationMuseum.org.
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Free with Creation Museum Admission
2800 Bullittsburg Church Rd.
Petersburg, KY 41080