May 1 – 4 Tue-Fri The Ark and Creation Museum with a Riverboat Dinner Cruise Tour 2635

Join us for a special tour of the ARK built to the Bible specifications and a walk through the Garden of Eden at the Creation Museum.

The Ark Encounter

Think BIG when you arrive at the ARK. At 510′ long, 85′ wide and 51′ high it was built to the dimensions given in the Bible. The Ark Encounter is three exhibits in one – the massive Ark structure itself, the incredible craftsmanship, and the beautifully-fabricated teaching exhibits. The combination of all three will amaze and inspire you to think differently about the biblical account of Noah’s Ark. It is the largest timber frame structure in the world, built in part from Amish craftsmen. The Ark is an architectural, engineering wonder with three decks of world-class exhibits.

You will enjoy the Ark Encounter and exhibits on your own, so you can take the time to enjoy them at your own pace. You’ll meet Noah and his seven family members who lived aboard the Ark, and cared for all the animals during the flood. See their living quarters, what they brought on board and even the kinds of clothing they may have worn. Lunch is available outside the Ark at Emzara’s Kitchen, and snacks are available on the Ark.

Garden of Eden

After making the world and all the animals, God created Adam, the first man, on the sixth day of creation. Adam named all of the animals and then God created the second person, Eve, on that same day. God placed Adam and Eve in the perfect Garden of Eden where they lived in an untarnished relationship with God. At the end of the sixth day, God called everything He had made “very good.”

Creation Museum

At the 75,000-square-foot Creation Museum, the pages of the Bible dramatically come to life. Journey through biblical history as you marvel at the Garden of Eden alongside Adam and Eve. Spot the serpent coiled among the tempting fruit, and discover more about Noah’s Ark and the Flood. You’ll see state-of-the-art exhibits, fossils, and even a full-size Allosaurus skeleton, a petting zoo and planetarium. Then tour the beautiful botanical gardens as you make your way to the petting zoo and camel rides. You’ll be among the 2.7 million guests that have made their way through this magnificent museum. Prepare to believe! Lunch is on your own at Noah’s Café.

Riverboat Dinner Cruise

You haven’t really experienced Cincinnati until you take a riverboat cruise aboard the BB Riverboats. See the city from a different point of view and enjoy an evening dinner while you take in the sights. With two decks and a dance floor you will have an evening to remember.

American Whistle Corporation

– They’re a BLAST! They are the only manufacturer of metal whistles in the USA. Since 1956, they have been committed to “Made in America” and to delivering the ultimate in personal safety tools. They are proud to manufacture THE American Whistle, used by millions of Americans across all walks of life. Their whistles are used by the American Red Cross at disaster sites around the world. Corporations order whistles for promotional purposes and to distribute to associates and customers in order to increase awareness of personal safety issues. Their whistles are used mostly by individuals directing traffic, refereeing youth sports, guarding lives at public pools and found in the pockets and on the key rings of hikers and campers everywhere. Importantly, their dedication to customer service is key to keeping their long list of happy customers from Boy Scouts to corporations and police officers to college students.

Toyota Kentucky

Georgetown KY…We take a road trip to Toyota Kentucky to see how more than 2,000 cars are made each day, including the Camry, America’s best-selling car for 14 years running. Get a good look at a mint condition 1988 Camry, the first Camry ever made in the United States. Then, buckle up for a ride around the plant on a guided, tram-driven tour. Since 1988, more than 10 million Toyotas have rolled their our assembly lines here in the Bluegrass. At Toyota’s largest plant in the world, their team of about 8,000 Kentuckians craft as many as two Toyota vehicles per minute, or 2,000 per day, including America’s best selling car – the Camry.

Includes

  • The Ark
  • Creation Museum
  • Five meals
  • Diner Cruise on the Ohio River
  • Toyota Plant Tour
  • Whistle Plant Tour
  • Three Nights Accommodations

Cost Per Person

  • $599 Dbl
  • $569 Tpl & Quad
  • $699 Sgl