Once again, the Creation Museum is offering homeschool families a special treat with special pricing during the months of January and February 2013. Winter Homeschool Days at the Creation Museum will be offered each weekday when you present a special pdf which can be downloaded on my site.
From the Creation Museum:
The Creation Museum presents a unique and unparalleled experience, a walk through time portraying significant, life-altering events from the past, illuminating the effects of biblical history on our present and future world. Be prepared to experience history in a completely unprecedented way. Our state-of-the-art exhibits, Stargazer’s planetarium, life-sized dinosaur animatronics and beautiful outdoor gardens with paved walking trails and petting zoo make this an exciting addition to every homeschool curriculum.
Winter Homeschool Days at the Creation Museums offer deeply discounted admission to the Museum at only $12 for adults (13 and up) and $8 for children (5-12). The Stargazer’s Planetarium is also specially priced at only $5. As an added bonus, all Creation Museum tickets are valid for 2 consecutive days (this includes Homeschool Day tickets)!
This offer is available to ALL homeschooling families, but you must present the pdf coupon which can be downloaded by clicking on the form above or accessed through this link: http://tinyurl.com/c3ontau
Your printed tickets also offer a special bonus. You will notice that your tickets are coded with the word “BLUE”. When you present your ticket at Noah’s Café or the Dragon Hall Bookstore you’ll receive a 5% discount on all purchases. If you’re anything like me, it will be hard to step into the bookstore and not want everything you see. Consider yourself warned.
Before you go, you may want to read my Tips for Visiting the Creation Museum near Cincinnati.
Looking for another resource full of ideas of places to visit in Cincinnati? Check out Adventures Around Cincinnati by Laura Hoevener and Terri Weeks.
So, who’s up for a field trip to the Creation Museum?
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