When Noah built the Ark, it stood as a symbol of salvation. No doubt Noah preached that only those who went through the Ark’s door would be saved from coming judgment.
What if we built the Ark (out of wood) today? Imagine the impact it could have on the world. What a powerful outreach to teach the world about God’s Word and the message of salvation!
Noah’s Animals: this wonderful attraction will provide guests the opportunity to learn more about some of the animal kinds that were on the Ark. This area will be similar to a petting zoo, complete with barns, a petting animal area, an open grazing area, a stage for daily live animal and bird shows, and lots of meet-and-greet areas for close-up encounters with unique animals and birds.
The Walled City depicts the pre-Flood lifestyle of the people of Noah’s day. This 14-acre area is the entry point to the facility for all guests and becomes its central gathering point. The Walled City features highly themed shops, restaurants, and venues that bring to life the city and times in which Noah lived, including his house. The Walled City is the first themed area that guests will experience which presents biblical truth as it introduces the Ark and the world-wide Flood. It asks and answers the question “Why the Ark?”
The Aviary will be a fascinating walk-through attraction, with several viewing platforms inside three types of bird sanctuaries. Each sanctuary will allow guests to get close to the birds in a natural setting. A nearby butterfly emporium will give visitors additional learning experiences.
The Tower of Babel: over 100 feet tall, this structure depicts what the Tower may have looked like. Guests enter a highly themed interior and weave along a path that shares the story of man’s efforts to elevate himself, and his abandonment of God (Genesis 11). It also introduces exhibits on the origination of languages and people groups. The path leads to a 500-seat special effects theater presentation of “Who is God?” This will be a spectacular show that undoubtedly will be well received by guests.
Journey through Biblical History: guests will take a floating journey down the Nile River, winding through scenes from Old Testament history—experiencing special-effects thrills to help tell the story. Beginning after Noah’s Flood with Abraham, the journey through time depicts: the formation of Israel; Moses and the ten plagues in Egypt; and the parting of the Red Sea.
First-Century Village: this area provides guests with the opportunity to experience a typical village that would have been found in the North Galilee area of Israel, where Jesus conducted the majority of His ministry. It is complete with period-costumed villagers, houses, a synagogue, a sheepfold, an olive press building, watchtowers, terraced farming, and a first-century dining facility. The experience culminates with a visit to the first-century theater where a combined live and video-based show shares why God sent His Son to earth.
The Children’s Area is in a unique setting next to the zoo and aviary. Highly themed with bridge nets, climbing areas, slides, and zip lines, it has an indoor and outdoor discovery center where children can learn about God’s provision for His creation, and His economy of design.
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