This museum was a true oddity. While on occasion you would have an exhibit defining a certain type of animal or characteristics of species, most of the museum was about literal interpretation of the Bible. Many positive reviews say that you should not listen to the negative reviews due to close mindedness. Allow me to say that I came in with a skeptical yet open mind. The problem with this museum is not the fundamentals of belief (everyone is entitled to their beliefs), but rather redefining what science is.
Firstly, the place defines scientific theory as human reasoning. While reasoning is used as a part of science, it also uses a ton of falsification to test theories using measurement and observation, and reasoning can be used to link ideas. That reasoning also needs to be falsified! The point of falsification is to try and prove a theory is false by running experiments against it. This very museum uses "human reasoning" to interpret the natural world according to the bible. They even say that human reasoning is infallible like gods word, so put no faith in human reasoning. At least they do show what reasnoing without any science can get you:
"..thorns came after Adam's sin, about six thousand years ago, not millions of years ago. Since we have discovered thorns in the fossil record, along with dinosaurs and other plants and animals, they all must have lived at the same time as humans, after Adam's sin"
So up above devoid of a single scientific experiment, they used the bible to influence reasoning with no falsification. Also the museum was filled with panels with no descriptions ie. a picture of bacteria, who's only caption was "bacteria". How is this educational? I'm not sure even what the point of all these panels were. Even more oddly is that the museum believes in a form of evolution called super evolutions which even one panel states that they have no scientific evidence which leads them to conclude god must have given animals the tools to evolve rapidly. Its mind blowing to the rational mind. Sure if you want to say it in church, but don't call it science!
I normally wouldn't care, but there were children at this museum, all of whom that believe will never grow up to become scientists and probably help to destroy the very science that makes this museum possible. Its not about Christianity; its about scientific method not being respected. They don't show the "evolutionist side" scientifically nor do they show the "creationist side" scientifically. It is merely ideological rationalization which makes science look as though it were all just philosophy. This is the true danger.
After this trip I did some research on one of the main creationist scientists; Michael Behe stated in court UNDER OATH that the definition of "theory" as he applied it to intelligent design was so loose that astrology would qualify as a scientific theory as well. America, enjoy religion if you like, BUT don't turn science into religion. DO NOT GO!