Thursday, September 2, 2010

The Creation Museum

In May we went to the Creation Museum.  I knew that I would be too tired to do the whole museum in one day, so we made a short family vacation out of it.  We stayed in a hotel for two nights, and we went to the Creation Museum two days in a row.  It was great!

There was so much to see and do that it is hard to pick only a few photos to share.  I think my album on facebook has sixty pictures!  Here are some of my favorites from our time at the museum.


A Mastodon Skeleton


The Garden of Eden


Adam and Eve before sin entered the world


Noah's Ark being built
They have a life size scale of 1% of the ark.  Just that 1% was so big that I couldn't fit it all into this picture!



Here we are with Noah "inside" the ark.


William had fun finding the fossils left behind by the flood.


Did you know that a lot of dinosaurs were the size of chickens?  They were small and easily fit on the ark with Noah. 


But of course we can't forget T-Rex, Ken Ham's favorite dinosaur.


William had so much fun riding the dinosaur.  Adelaide didn't care, but we made her pose for a picture anyway.


There are beautiful botanical gardens on the Creation Museum grounds.


After walking through the garden we got to the petting zoo.

They even had a Zorse and a Zonkey!


That is just a small sampling of our time at the Creation Museum.  It was well worth the trip.  Have you been to the museum?  What was your favorite part?



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1 comment:

Karen, author of "My Funny Dad, Harry" said...

That looks like a great museum to go to! Bet your kids enjoyed it very much!

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