Tips on Visiting The Creation Museum During Holidays and Winter Months

Creation Museum is located in Kentucky, the museum is 75,000 square foot, and it has a biblical, chronological, and earth history of God’s creation.

We visited the museum with my husband, my cousin’s family who has a 5 years old daughter, and a friend of ours with 8 years old daughter.

The museum is educational for kids who already know how to read and comprehend and likewise for teens and grown-ups.

For toddlers, they will easily get bored and might not appreciate all the displays that include readings. However, they will enjoy some winter activities such as the ice skating rink, dinosaur displays, and playground outside the museum. But since it is winter, you have to bundle them up to stay warm out. The museum ground has a lot of warming stations and will help everyone to warm up. They also have hot chocolates if you need hot drinks to warm up. So dress warmly if you will visit during the winter days; I would also recommend keeping a hand warmer in your pocket if you will roam around the museum ground.

The Christmas town is free to families if your purpose is to see the Christmas town light displays; if you want to go inside the museum, you have to pay upgrades for admission. 

The museum has all the safety precautions for covid 19; you can find sanitizers around the museum. They have strict rules for wearing masks and reminders for social distancing.

To save money for your December 2020 visit. Here is my take away:

Visit the museum after 5pm; they have this promo “Christmas Town,” the admission fee for adults is $24.99, $22.99 for Seniors, $17.99 for youths, and $9.99 for children (ages 5-10), which includes a Free dinner meal and entrance to the museum; this is a good deal rather than buying the $39.95 general admission ticket for a day time. This promo ends until Dec. 30 only. Visit the Christmas Town Promo here.

The food included in the promo for the Christmas town upgrade is delicious, it also includes the fountain drink.

If your child wants to play in the skating rink, it is $7.99 for 1 hour; it includes skating shoes. They clean the shoes before each use.

The Stargazer planetarium for the Christmas Star show is educational but not worth the money for $9.00. The show lasted only for almost 20-25 minutes; the show is a cartoon animated show, discussing the constellations in relevance to the birth of Jesus Christ. Everyone is different; you may like it, though.

To get more value for the money, check the other free show available in the museum. 

Parking is $10 per vehicle, so if you are with other friends, you can ride in one car to save a parking fee if they have a big car. 

Take advantage of the Free Christmas town; it will end on December 30; they have stunning Christmas lights displays. Visiting the Christmas town is a great family tradition; you can feel the holiday and winter season’s vibes. Just make sure to follow all of all the precautionary measures for covid 19 to protect yourself.

All in all, our visit to the Creation Museum is fun and memorable. We gain a lot of knowledge and insights about dinosaurs, insects, and the story of creations from the bible. The museum is very unique; you cannot find it in other museums out there. It will deepen your faith and understanding of the genesis in the bible. 

Visit this link Creation Museum Official website for more information about their policy, updated pricing, location, and museum hours.

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