These are the first official numbers we've ever seen for the Creationist tourist attraction.
Kentucky and the city of Williamstown offered Ark Encounter far too many incentives to build there, and the citizens are paying the price for it.John Oliver explained the situation on Last Week Tonight.
We also spoke about the Boy Scouts decision to welcome girls (but not atheists), the new ads for Ark Encounter and the Creation Museum, and why God's Not Dead gets its basic premise wrong.
Nothing about Ark Encounter will make anybody think critically.
Ken Ham, the man behind the infamous Ark Encounter creationist museum, has unveiled a plan to help his followers spread the word of the Gospels to trick-or-treaters this year. In a new blog post on his Answers in Genesis website, Ham implores his supporters to think about “sharing Christ with...
One of the consistent themes of their tour was the lack of visitors. Creationist Ken Ham’s $92 million Noah’s Ark theme park was mercilessly mocked in a video tour of the government-subsidized Kentucky boondoggle. Atheists Seth Andrews...Show More Summary
Creationist Ken Ham’s $92 million Noah’s Ark theme park was mercilessly mocked in a video tour of the government-subsidized Kentucky boondoggle. Atheists Seth Andrews and Matt Dillahunty payed the $40 ticket price and $10 for parking to visit the controversial Ark Encounter project in...
Do yourself a favor and watch this.If nothing else, you'll save yourself a $40 entry fee + $2.40 in sales tax + $0.50 for the safety fee + $10 for parking.
After successfully fighting a lawsuit and creating a self-inflicted wound, Ark Encounter has received a massive check courtesy of Kentucky taxpayers.
Jim Helton has led multiple protests against Ken Ham and Ark Encounter.
Someone please take this child to a real museum.
Ken Ham inadvertently revealed how many people visited the Ark in July in the middle of a letter bragging about the Ark's success.
In case you're wondering what Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin was up to this weekend, he was touring Ark Encounter.I guess he wanted to see first-hand how anyone could spend $100 million while accomplishing nothing of value.
The Creationists behind Ark Encounter tried so hard to get out of paying a local safety fee that it almost cost them millions of dollars.But after a local newspaper editorial said exactly that, one man at Answers in Genesis claims the paper went too far.
We also talked about the White House Bible Study, Ark Encounter's latest excuse for low attendance, and the Activist Mommy's advice for beating your children.
Because the way to sell tickets for an attraction full of lies is with the help of a man who can't stop spouting them.(In the name of Jesus, of course.)
Despite bringing much attention to the Genesis narrative surrounding Noah and his boat, Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter in Kentucky — pictured above in its LGBT-friendly colors — is not the first. First of all, how about an Ark that floats! “The Ark of Noah replica was built by Johan Huibers from 2008 – 2013. The […]
Why is Ark Encounter's first year attendance much lower than Ken Ham ever predicted?According to his buddy who gave him the estimated attendance numbers, it's because they totally forgot that July is in the summer.
After doing just about everything they could to get out of it -- including nearly losing a tax rebate worth more than $18 million -- Ken Ham and his merry band of Creationists have finally agreed to pay a $0.50-per-ticket safety fee to the city of Williamstown.
Press releases are supposed to clear up confusion regarding a story.But this statement by the Creationists at Answers in Genesis only confirms what reporters and critics have been saying about them this whole time.