|We arrived in Ohio on April 16 and parked at an RV resort near Wilmington, which is NNE of Cincinnati. On April 18, we drove to Petersburg, KY, (near Cincinnati) to go to the Creation Museum. We’ve wanted to go ever since it opened about three years ago. We found a beautiful facility – everything done in a first class way. The five hours we had to spend before they closed weren’t nearly enough. The show in the planetarium was marvelous to see and overwhelming in the information it presented. Throughout the building were lots of very good static displays, along with video presentations. There were very good animated mannequins in several displays. Clark’s favorite was the scene of the construction of the ark with Noah and his workers. There was a board in front of Noah, at his desk, with different questions to ask. Punch a question, hear the answer. We couldn’t get close to the board because of the crowd around it. The museum has a wonderful layout. Proceeding through the displays, I kept thinking the floor was slanting, but it was so gradual, I wasn't sure. As we got to the end of the tour through history, we found we had actually gone down a complete level and had to take the elevator or stairs to get back up to the starting point. If you’re ever in the Cincinnati area, the museum is a great place to visit. On the 28th, we drove back to the museum and spent another six hours. This time, we did both shows in the planetarium and heard both speakers on the program that day. There was an even larger crowd than we had seen on our first visit and we learned that the 1,000,000th visitor had been there on the 26th. This visit, we spent time in the gardens. I can’t imagine how many gardeners they employ, but the results are spectacular. They have a small, but well-done petting zoo. The hit of the afternoon seemed to be the camel, which loved people and the peacock, which didn’t. He turned his back to everyone.