Wow. This is fantastic news...
There is a creationist museum in Big Valley, Alberta.
Just in time, too. At the rate things are going, in just a few years, there might not be any creationists. A vital part of our history, lost forever. Today, our children risk growing up unable to understand how people could think that hindering the studies of biology, geology, and astronomy could possibly be a good thing. Now, thanks to the creationist museum, we'll be able show them actual recreations of people who care more about their opinions than the facts around them. Our young (and our young at heart) can actually view creationists in their native habitat, and try to comprehend this bizarre yet fascinating subculture that once populated the face of the world, right to its very edge. An invaluable learning experience, to say the least.
And most importantly, children will be able to learn exactly how creationists missed the entire point of The Scientific Method. In the process, they might even learn a bit about science themselves. It's edutainment!
You say it's a creationism museum?
Oh, well. Six of one, a half dozen of the other. I'm still going there next week -- it just seems I'll have to take pictures of the curators rather than the exhibits.
Does anyone in Calgary want to come with me, and see what it's like when people Inherit The Wind?