you looking for a different kind of attraction
in the Orlando area? Do you seek something
educational? Are you of the Christian faith?
Then you should consider visiting the
Holy Land Experience
in Orlando, Florida!
The Holy Land Experience
is a "living, biblical history museum."
Not only is the Holy Land Experience historical,
but it is also inspirational, theatrical,
and educational. It is a truly unique themed
park among the many other attractions found
in the Orlando area.
*Holy Land is closed on Sundays and Mondays.
on Feb. 5, 2001,
The Holy Land Experience is
a 15-acre, $16 million dollar, authentic
replica of Jerusalem as it was during the
time of Jesus and the Roman Empire. It is
called the The Holy Land Experience because
you are totally immersed in the sights,
sounds, and tastes of Jerusalem as it was
2 millennia ago. From the moment you enter
through the gates of the "walled city",
you are transported 2,000 years back in
time to a teeming with life and activity,
genuine, A.D. 66 Jerusalem street market.
All the architecture and exhibits inside
the Holy Land Experience,
from the Qumran Dead Sea Caves to the Plaza
of the Nations, are precisely-detailed so
as to provide a greater insight into their
are also daily theatrical presentations
(performed by the "cast" of dramatists at
the park) that depict many of the events
that were documented during those times.
These performances are enhanced with special
music played by staffed musicians. You can
also enjoy, "The Seed Promise", a thought-provoking
and moving film actually shot on location
in Israel, which is shown in the Theatre
of Life located within the Temple. This
film illustrates God's plan for Redemption.
This is a recreation of the
place where Jesus' body was
laid down (but did not remain)
after the crucifixion. He was
in the pits for 3 days, but
he arose. Its hard to keep a
good man down. Performances
are given here that reenact
the tragedy and then triumph.
Contained in this building
are some of the rarest and unique
artifacts relating to the Word
of God. Instead, being hidden
in the darkest of caves, these
items are on display at the
The Wilderness Tabernacle
features a replica of an item
that has been part of Hebrew
scriptures since the time of
Hebrew captivity in Egypt. The
Wilderness Tabernacle was the
mobile temple of worship that
the Israelites used to give
thanks to God when they wandered
the desert for 40 years. There
is a live presentation of the
story the tabernacle as well.
Plaza of the Nations/
Temple of the Great King
|Surrounded by 30,
Corinthian-crowned Roman columns,
is the 1/2 scale replica of
the Temple of the Great King.
This is the place where, as
boy, Jesus read aloud the scriptures
and preached to the people.
Reenactments from the certain
stories the bible are performed
daily in the shadow of the temple.
Jerusalem Model A.D. 66
|This is Jerusalem
as it was in the time of King
Herod. This astounding 45-foot
model, historically correct
model of Jerusalem provides
an inspirational insight into
the history of the city and
the life of Jesus. You can see
the routes Jesus would have
taken to get to Golgatha, the
place where he was crucified.