I don't know whether to laugh or cry:
Darwin-Free Fun for Creationists
PENSACOLA, Fla., April 29 -- Robert and Schon Passmore took their children to Disney World last fall and left bitterly disappointed. As Christians who reject evolutionary theory, the family scoffed at the park's dinosaur attractions, which date the apatosaurus, brachiosaurus and the like to prehistoric times.
"My kids kept recognizing flaws in the presentation," said Mrs. Passmore, of Jackson, Ala. "You know -- the whole 'millions of years ago dinosaurs ruled the earth' thing."
So this week, the Passmores sought out a lower-profile Florida attraction: Dinosaur Adventure Land, a creationist theme park and museum here that beckons children to "find out the truth about dinosaurs" with games that roll science and religion into one big funfest with the message that Genesis, not science, tells the real story of the creation.
...Creationist groups are also promoting creationist vacations, including dinosaur digs in South Dakota, fossil-collecting trips in Australia and New Zealand, and tours of the Grand Canyon ("raft the canyon and learn how Noah's flood contributed to the formation")....
The Muslim world has madrassas. We have anti-evolutionary home-schoolers who take their kids to places like this. (Families that home-school are described in the article as part of the core market for such attractions.)
(UPDATE: Atrios notes that the founder of this park is a known Catholic-hater and Jew-hater, a fact the Paper of Record somehow failed to discover.)