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Creation museums are museums that present artifacts and educational exhibits of the cosmic and Earth history derived from the creation point of view. They are an antithetical option to natural history museums, which present an interpretation of history from the axiom of materialistic naturalism.

Creation museums can be found all over the world with a high concentration in the USA. Many have active research programs and offer tours to nearby attractions. The largest facility to date is the Creation Museum and Family Discovery Center, which was constructed by Answers in Genesis near Cincinnati, Ohio. The Creation and Earth History Museum was originally constructed by the Institute for Creation Research in Santee, California, and has been operated by the Life and Light Foundation since January 1, 2009 when ICR relocated to Dallas, Texas.

Museums in the USA

Creation and Earth History Museum - Santee, California.

Museums outside USA

Genesis Expo in Portsmouth, England.

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