Giving Guide (for those who desire to donate) School aged children under age 12: $2.50 per child Adults: $3.50
Note: For those who want to encourage us in this work and desire to make a larger donation your gift will be greatly appreciated!
Age Recommendation Our exhibits are designed for guests ages 5-105
Note to parents:Younger well-behaved children are also welcome and for their own safety as well as the protection of our exhibits must remain within arm's reach of an adult at all times. Thank you!
EXPLORE • DISCOVER • BELIEVE
• See live exotic animals.
• Visit with our two life size hi-tech robots.
• See a scale model of Noah's Ark.
• Take a tour and learn about dinosaurs
• Watch a video and see a live science show.
• Purchase creation science resources.
• Attend a Special event or class.
• Go on a Creation Adventure Expedition.
Was the flood and ark of Noah's day fact or fiction?
You are invited to learn some fascinating facts from archaeology and history Thursday, Jan 28th at 2:00 p.m.
The Discovery Center will host a free one-hour Power Point lecture titled: Archeology and Noah's Ark presented by Mr. Nathan Smith, President of the New Jersey Bible Science Organization. This lecture will be appropriate for middle to high school students as well as adults. Sound interesting? Come and bring a friend!
Featuring the memorabilia of the late Jack Grimm, Abilene oil tycoon who searched for both Noah's Ark and The Titanic.
Bring your family, friends and groups to experience history in these exciting ways!
Learn many moral and spiritual lessons from the great Titanic disaster that speak powerfully to us today.
See and learn from ten separate exhibits plus three theater areas.
Touch and feel the temperature of the North Atlantic water on that dreadful night.
Try to send an SOS with our Marconi wireless machine.
See and hear visual displays speak of their Titanic experiences.
See a 30ft cut out replica of Lifeboat #7 (the first to leave the Titanic).
Learn surprising facts regarding the true history of the Titanic disaster.
Read newspapers declaring the Titanic's sinking in our "Extra!, Extra! exhibit.
Plus, much more!
Scheduled tours available upon request
Exhibit hours: Tues - Sat 1:00 p.m. till 5:00 p.m. • Closed Monday Take a walk through history and experience the intrigue of this epic event.
Free Admission - Donations Accepted
Call to schedule your church, class or group. 673-5050
All events are free to the public. Donations are gratefully accepted and encouraged to help defray the cost of this historic centennial event. Bring your class, group, family and friends to experience this once-in-a-lifetime historic exhibition! History Speaks to Those Who Listen For more information call: 325-673-5050
New Titanic Centennial T-shirt! Click here for sizes and price.
Jack Grimm's documentary of his search for the Titanic was premiered at the Paramount back in January of 1981, and was shown again at the same location on April 16th of this year, one day after the hundredth anniversary of the sinking of the great ocean liner.
If you missed this event, you can view it in its entirety in our museum.
See this beautiful and touching presentation of Titanic survivor Jessie Harper by a member of our Discovery Center acting team:
After taking this short test, please go to the "About Us" page and click on the cartoon on the upper right hand corner.
Answers in Genesis has the following interesting comments about Dr. Chittick's exciting book:
“Pop culture has led us to believe that ancient man was primitive, originating from primates and steadily improving through an evolutionary process of time and chance. But does that agree with reality? What does the evidence left behind from past cultures tell us? Was ancient man simple and primitive as generations have been taught, or did the level of science and technology existing thousands of years ago rival, or even surpass, the level of the 21st century? Dr. Chittick reveals and examines details of technology, evidence of ancient machine power, and optical technology possessed by ancient people.” Dr. Donald Chittick holds a Ph.D. in physical chemistry
In consideration with some of out guest we are wheelchair accessible.
Brief Creation Shorts from Running to Win
Radio Program by
Dr. Erwin Lutzer (Senior Pastor of the Moody Memorial Church, Chicago)