Live Shows - The Holy Land Experience features a wide range of live stage productions, ranging from dramatic plays, lighthearted humor and Broadway style musicals. There is something for everyone! From the story of "Mary of Magdalena", "Lazarus' House", "God is with Us" plus more, the schedule changes daily.
The Church of All Nations is a 2,000 seat, must-see highlight for guests visiting The Holy Land Experience. This beautiful, state-of-the-art facility features spectacular dramatic productions, live programs with the best of today's ministry and music guests, plus praise and worship concerts, church services and more.
The Scriptorium Museum is a non-sectarian library/research center that houses the priceless Van Kampen Collection consisting of several thousand manuscripts, scrolls, and other religious artifacts. The collection is augmented by secondary resources including the personal library of Eberhard Nestle, a leading 19th-century biblical scholar and co-translator of the Greek Nestle/Aland New Testament text. Additionally, specially featured items are on display in our rotating-exhibit room, located within The Scriptorium's Ex Libris bookstore.
The Wilderness Tabernacle is the blueprint for God’s plan for redemption, which is ultimately fulfilled through Jesus Christ. Guests will be greeted by one of the teachers who will then introduce Aaron the High Priest. The significance of the Wilderness Tabernacle and the traditions surrounding it will be explained and as well as how every inch of the Tabernacle - from the materials of the outer walls to the Ark of the Covenant itself, cries out in the testimony of Jesus the Savior.
The Smile of a Child Adventure Land is a place that's fun for all ages. Where kids can have their faces painted; burn energy on the rock-climbing wall, try the brand new Trin-i-Tee Mini Golf and much, much more! Little ones can also play and enjoy special crafts inside the Smile of a Child Theatre.
The Great Temple has all this grandeur majestically framing it, the place held in highest reverence among the Jewish people. It is a truly breathtaking representation of the Temple that once stood on hallowed Mount Moriah in 1st century Jerusalem.