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My eyes brimmed with tears.
An overwhelming gratitude. As we walked around the Creation Museum, my children were surrounded by truth. They read the truth. They heard the truth. They saw vivid representations of Truth.
They heard scientific evidence to support Creation science, a literal...More
Went to this Museum over Christmas Break December 2018 with one adult family member, we were very interested to see this museum, but were extremely disappointed. Only a few Christmas lights lit up outside, no large sign to take a photo together for memories.
The Creation museum covers much more than just Creation. It focuses on 7 C’s in history: Creation, Corruption, Catastrophe, Confusion, Christ, Cross, Consummation. Well done museum and a beautiful clean venue both indoors and outside. We went in the evening during the gorgeous Christmas season...More
We have been to the creation museum several times. It’s always great to go at Christmas time when they have Christmas Town. It’s a great place to learn a Christian world view. There is a lot of reading so kids with A.D.D. Don’t do so...More
The Christmas lights are breathtaking! I loved seeing the live nativity as well. I really needed to refocus on the truth of Christmas and the display at the Creation Museum did that for me. Of there is a lot of fun there as well. Take...More
Arrived early afternoon to enjoy whole day at Creation museum..since traveling with person who was in need of scooter to get around was important that they had many electric scooters to rent was important..museum was impressive ..there is a 4 D presentation when you first...More
I assumed that this was going to be a sarcastic experience... I did not realise that it was meant to be realistic.... Fortunately my faith in science and in religion was not destroyed by such arrant nonsense
The Museum is open at 9am in spring/summer and at 10am Nov-Dec. You can purchase tickets for just this activity or combination ticket for The Ark as well. You have to pay $5.00 for parking. Be prepared to spend the whole day here. When you...More
How lto nt is needed in Amish Country? (7 Replies)
My wife has wanted to visit the Ohio Amish Country for quite a while. We are considering taking a short trip there next May. How many days are needed? There is not much activity on the forums of the towns in Holmes County, so I am looking for advice here. We are in a mid-50's active couple. We would probably spent a weekend in the Cincinnati area visiting the Creation Museum and Noah's Ark and then drive up to Ohio on a Sunday afternoon, knowing most attractions are closed then. Then we...More
November 08, 2016|
Title should be how much time is needed in Amish Country? Auto spell on my iPad got me ☺️
Looking to get away from the hustle & bustle 2011 (0 Replies)
I'm looking to get away during Christmas Break and would like to visit the Creation Museum with my teens. I've been before, but they haven't. Need lodging, but would rather stay in a family B&B or a cabin, someplace where we can get cozy, play games, and just enjoy being together. Any suggestions? Creation Museum is near Cincinnati. Thanks for your help!
November 09, 2011|
Where should our family stay? (1 Replies)
We are coming for a family get away the first week of March. We will spend two nights at Great Wolf Lodge but don't want to pay to stay there the whole time. We want to do the Aquarium and Creation Museum and maybe the children's museum as well. Our kids are 5, 3 and 1. We really like hotels with more than one room or at least a separate bedroom, so the baby sleeps better. What area should we stay in? Any other don't miss things to do or see? Thanks.
February 20, 2010|
I believe if you have a membership to the Cleveland Zoo you can visit the Cincinnati Zoo for free too. I could be wrong on that, but my sister lives in Cincy and when she visits me in Cleveland they go to the zoo up here I think after you visit Great Wolf, definately go south and stay closer to the Aquarium.. there is an Embassy Suites in Covington, Kentucky that is very nice.. and also a Comfort Suites in Newport, Kentucky. Both are right on the river and it is very easy to get around ...More