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The Creation Museum

After our trip to Nationals we went to the Creation Museum for the first time with the C. family.





 {The House we stayed at with the C's while going to the CM}






{The Ch. family was staying nearby so we had them over one evening}











{The disciples going to the tomb}

 {Martin Luther}

 {Gutenburg Press}

{Garden of Eden}




{Tree of Life}


{Adam and Eve}

{The Serpent}





{Cain and Abel}

{Methuselah} 

{Building the Ark}

{Noah's wife and daughters-in-law}

{Noah}








 {Miniatures of the Ark}











{In Dinosaur Den}

Because of HIM!
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Elanee said…
Looks like you all had a wonderful time at the Creation Museum. We went for the first time this past year, and I was very impressed with the level of professionalism and the detailed pieces from history. It he outside garden was amazing as well. :)
Love, love, LOVE the Creation Museum (but you already new that)! Those are some great pictures as well! Did you enjoy it?
Bekah said…
Looks like you had a great time! My family went to the Creation Museum when it first opened and we're hoping to go back sometime soon!

His Princess,
Bekah
S.F. said…
You've been awarded: http://on-solid-ground-sf.blogspot.com/2014/03/liebester-award.html
The Creation Museum looks really exciting!
~ S. F.
Hannah said…
The Creation Museum is AWESOME! I've been there several times.

Did you know, that once you've passed the Tree of Life, if you look back at it, they've carved out a thing that looks like Jesus on the cross? It's really cool!

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