Answers in Genesis Creation Museum, KY (part2)

On Sunday, we spent the afternoon outside touring the grounds.
They had a little petting zoo… It had a small variety of animals including a wallaby, a horse/zebra cross, and the kids’ favorite, a miniature donkey…
The grounds are beautiful, and have tons of flowers and flowering shrubs…

There are several different ponds, and some had big spotted goldfish in them.

The largest pond is full of bluegill and bass that the kids could buy fish food for (don’t forget the quarters!)…

We couldn’t have asked for nicer weather for our walk…

The Creation Museum was a fantastic stop – and it was a nice change from thetraditional historic sites that we have been stopping at. The museum was really kid oriented/friendly, and it was so much fun. In the 2 days that we were there, we didn’t even get to read a lot of the exhibits, or see all the films (you know that’s my thing…). We would have liked to view the other planetarium presentation, and to tour the museumin depth, slowing down to read more of it.

We are so glad that we took the time (and detour) to stop by the Creation Museum! It’s definitely going on our ‘Do Again’ list!!!

Lilla Rose

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  1. Hi Tonya!!!
    You HAVE to make it to the museum! I think that you will Love it!
    We ended up buying the membership because it was cheaper for our family than getting in one time, but I think that I would want it anyway. I don’t think that anyone could really go over the museum well in one day.

    Thanks for the heads up on the Living Bible Museum – we will put it on our next year list since we are in IL already! We are visiting my grandmas, and then will have to head home. 🙁 and 🙂 hehehe!
    Anyway, Get to the museum!!! 😉 dana

  2. Thanks so much for sharing the pictures. We also traveled close about three weeks ago but didn’t get to go. Wishing now we had made it a must.

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