Petersburg, Kentucky: Answers In Genesis Creation Museum Team Field Report

2800 Bullittsburg Church Rd, Petersburg, KY
On the northernmost bump of Kentucky, due west of Cincinnati, Ohio. I-275 west exit 11. Hwy 8 south, then a quick left onto Bullittsburg Church Rd. On the left.
M-Sa 10 am - 6 pm, Su noon - 6 pm. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Adults $30.00
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Answers In Genesis Creation Museum.

Answers In Genesis Creation Museum

Lavish attraction devoted to explaining the difference between Man's Reason and God's Word. Dinosaurs, scripture, science and morality, stirred vigorously. Report... [01/18/2009]

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Evolution vs. Creation.

Answers In Genesis Creation Museum

From a Christian perspective this is an amazing museum. It gives both Christian and secular points of view. If you read and/or listen to everything, it's going to take a few hours to get through. I'd be surprised if you didn't walk away thinking about things. I sure did. Faith is key.

[Rose Howe, 10/02/2020]
Creation Museum

I visited here in 2011 and it was a wonderful, state-of-the-art museum that presented natural history from a biblical point of view. Disregard any claims that the museum is "government funded" -- this is a complete lie, propagated by atheist organizations/publications that hate the museum. The museum is 100 percent donor-funded. It only receives a state sales tax refund from food/souvenir purchases, nothing more. The museum is a fun walk-through with interactive exhibits, animatronic dinosaurs, beautiful gardens, and a petting zoo and camel rides, that show how this understanding of Creation ties in with the current condition of this world and eternal salvation.

[Kathy Evans, 07/22/2018]

Flood panic.

Creation Museum

It's so much fun to take part in this absurdist theory of humans, religion, history, and our world. There is something new at every turn. It was worth every penny I paid for this insane government-sponsored museum.

[bsbpyt, 07/26/2017]

Creation Museum photo op.

Answers In Genesis Creation Museum

After reading some other reviews I was shocked at the negativity and untruths. So let me set the record straight: My family of four attended on a Saturday. Parking was no charge and friendly parking attendants helped show where empty parking was available. Young children 5 and under are always free, but my 11 year old was also free. Up to 4 children are free with the purchase of 2 adults. We were told by a friend not to miss the Planetarium's Cosmic Show and purchased those extra for less than $4. We pictures made upon arriving and purchased those with the copyright for 5 photos for $20.

We started with the self-guided walk-through of the museum, which explained how science and the bible mesh. The focus was not how others are wrong, but how to understand how Noah's flood fit into history. There was interactive technology for adults and children teaching us all along the way. The museum tour was not all religious. There was a bug exhibit that had many species to look at, with an interactive part with an animatronic scientist teaching about bugs.

There were many dinosaurs, one that was found in Colorado in the last 5 years. There were exhibits from the bible of Adam and Eve, Noah with the ark and several more. The ark exhibit had many animatronics and interactive parts -- it was like being in the ark. There was an exhibit on the history of the bible and origins too; short presentations to sit and watch on the First Six Days, the Tower of Babel and more. In the Special Effects Theater, the chairs have special movement and a surprising effect with water! The planetarium show was about our solar system, based only on science facts, and was amazing! The chairs recline, with the unique presentation being on the ceiling.

We toured at our leisure. There was no one "pushing" us through.

Outside was a very nice paved trail through the garden with neat bridges, waterfalls, arbors and many garden features. Outside was a "mining and panning for gold" experience. There was the petting zoo with 25 cent feed to get more interaction with the animals. Camel rides too! Neatest were the zip lines above and those "team building" courses. We really enjoyed our trip. The place is clean, staff were friendly and helpful, informative and insightful.

[Lucy Hudnall, 04/12/2016]

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