Our Museum Vision

Our Museum Vision

We seek to reveal God’s glory as Creator in the fascinating world of nature – and His awesome power as Judge, shown in the evidences of Noah’s Flood. We present all this evidence with one aim – to remove the seeds of doubt that evolutionary propaganda plants into the minds of people, and instead sow the seeds of the gospel of our LORD Jesus Christ the Creator, Sustainor and Saviour!

Our Network of

Creation Museums

Overseen by, and born out of, the Creation Research Centre, each museum is part of a interconnected network of Creation Research UK museums. The Centre functions as the developer of new museums, displays and exhibitions, as well as the centre of research for Creation Research UK & the Museums Project.

How You Can Help

Send Donation

Giving online has never been more secure, convenient or hassle-free with our one-click donation. We also do accept standard cash and check donations at all of our locations, as well as the option to Gift Aid to our Trust.

Become a Volunteer

You can get physically involved today by becoming a Volunteer. We have collections to catalogue, research to organise and write up, and will eventually need volunteers to help us run the museums.

Prayer & Needs

Prayer is powerful, and we certainly need plenty of it for the Creation Research UK Museums Project. Find out our prayer requests, as well as our current needs that you can support us with.

Our Organisation

Creation Research UK Museums Trust

The Creation Research UK Museums Trust oversees the financial side of UK Museums Project, while also functioning as an advisory board.

The Museums Project itself is run by Creation Research UK, with the CR UK Museums Trust support and backing. Our Museums are supported by individuals and churches.

News

Recent Updates

  • Research trip Report.
    A two week research trip to the famous Jurassic Coast, in Dorset, UK has revealed many interesting and thought-provoking fossils. At Monmouth Beach, Lyme Regis, we visited the “Ammonite Pavement”. This is a layer of limestone protruding out of the cliff at ground level, over a massive area, which is full (and I mean FULL)Continue reading “Research trip Report.”
  • Fast Fossil Facts!
    Sitting along the West Norfolk Coast are the magnificent Hunstanton Cliffs. Despite the fact that they are not very large, as some cliffs come, they have still earned the title of the 7th best geologic location in the UK1. The reason for this is the unusual type of rocks that are found there. As youContinue reading “Fast Fossil Facts!”
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