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About The Flood Museum


The Flood Museum is dedicated to presenting the truth of the Biblical account. The museum includes the Flood Experience, where visitors visit Noah's World, board the Ark, experience the Flood, see the World After the Flood, and learn about Light, Rainbows, and our Ark in the chaos flooding the world today, Jesus Christ.


The museum also includes Bible exhibits featuring historic editions of the Bible, the Great Isaiah Scroll, and artifacts from Ancient Israel.


The museum also features Bible art exhibits and Fossil Evidence Exhibit (with fossils that demonstrate the reality of the global flood).

The Flood Museum is located in Illinois.

Our Mission:

To strengthen believers and those who want to believe.

What We Believe:

  • We believe the Bible is the Word of God and is a factual, historical record.

  • We believe Jesus Christ is the eternal God and came to earth in human form to conquer death and bring salvation to all who believe.

  • We believe Jesus Christ created the universe in six normal days, as described in the Book of Genesis.

  • We believe that Adam was the first man, and was created in the image of God.

  • We believe the fall of Adam was the result of disobedience and brought death into the world.

  • We believe the global flood described in the Bible is an actual event that demonstrated God's judgment on the unrighteous, and salvation of those who trusted Him.

  • We believe that Jesus Christ is the author of our salvation, and is the ark in our day, offering salvation to all who believe.

  • We believe true science testifies that the evidence observed in the world clearly demonstrates God's creation, punishment, and salvation.

Illinois Museum Info
Winter Hours: Scheduled Appointments
Summer Hours (May-August): Monday & Saturday, 11am to 4pm

Other times may be available by appointment. Call ahead.

Admission to The Flood Museum is Free. (Donations are welcome).
​The Nauvoo, Illinois museum is located just north of Mulholland (Hwy 96), on the corner of Page and Knight Street. 
Plan on 45 minutes to an hour for your visit. The Flood Museum begins with the Common Ground Exhibit, and is followed by The Flood Experience (an immersive experience) and then a self-paced tour of the Bible Exhibit, Biblical Art Exhibit and the Fossil Evidence exhibit.

Association of Midwest Museums

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