Looking for some Christian-themed family vacation ideas?
Here are some suggestions:
1. Creation Museum - Petersburg, Kentucky
Walk through the Garden of Eden. See the busy work site of Noah’s Ark. Dig up dinosaur bones—or come face to face with T. Rex.
The Creation Museum, designed by a former Universal Studios exhibit director, presents a "walk through history" in a state-of-the-art 70,000 square foot museum that brings the pages of the Bible to life. Other activities include a Zip line, Petting Zoo, Camel Rides, Planetarium, and more!
2. Billy Graham Library - Charlotte, North Carolina
Admission - Free
The Billy Graham Library is a 40,000-square-foot experience that allows visitors to discover the life and legacy of America’s Pastor. See the Archive Collection of memorabilia. Tour the home where Billy Graham grew up. Visit Ruth's Attic Bookstore and the Memorial Prayer Garden.
3. Great Passion Play - Eureka Springs, Arkansas
This play on Jesus Christ's last days on earth is "America's #1 Attended Outdoor Drama" and has been performed since 1968. The Play is not the only thing to see and do there. Also see the Christ of the Ozarks, the Holy Land Tour, Moses Tabernacle in the Wilderness, a section of the Berlin Wall, the Church in the Grove, the Bible Museum, and the Sacred Arts Museum.
4. Christ in the Smokies - Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Experience walking through a Biblical world of 2000 years ago, seeing life-size, life-like representations of important scenes from the life of Jesus Christ. Includes museum and gardens.
5. Holy Land Experience - Orlando, Florida
A living, biblical experience where the Garden Tomb, Qumran Dead Sea Caves, Great Temple and more are all intricately detailed. See live shows on the life of Christ. Browse a Jerusalem street market. Visit the child adventureland and more.
6. Wycliffe Discovery Center - Orlando, Florida
Use all of your senses as you learn about the art and science of Bible translation through award-winning multimedia and games. Discover how the Bible has been preserved throughout history—and how God is using it to bring hope and freedom to forgotten, marginalized people groups today.
7. See the real Holy Land!
Coming soon - Museum of the Bible Washington D.C.
In 2017, Museum of the Bible will open its 430,000-square-foot nonprofit museum in Washington, D.C., located just two blocks from the National Mall and three blocks from the Capitol.
Now Open - Ark Encounter Williamstown, Kentucky
A one-of-a-kind historically themed attraction, centered on a full-size, all-wood Ark. Additional future phases for the attraction include a Walled City, the Tower of Babel, a first-century Middle Eastern village, a journey in history from Abraham to the parting of the Red Sea, a walk-through aviary, and an expanded large petting zoo.
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