When you visit the Ark Encounter, you will be amazed by the amount of detail put into each exhibit to help bring the experience to life. As you take in the sights and sounds, examine each display and imagine what it was like for Noah and his family to live in the Ark. If you don’t pay close attention, you might miss the details. Can you find these 11 items in the exhibits of the Ark Encounter?
As you walk through the life-size Noah's Ark, you will see the different ways Noah's family could have stored everything they might have needed for their journey. Keep an eye out for these miniature storage options.
While this detail looks like it could be found in the Living Quarters, it’s not! You can find this in an exhibit that features both Noah and Emzara.
In the Living Quarters, you will find each member of Noah’s family engaging in various activities. Can you locate this detail in the sleeping space of one of his sons?
After the Ark landed on a mountain in the region of Ararat, Noah sent out a raven and then a dove to find out if the ground had dried. Where can you find this wooden dove?
As you study each exhibit, you will notice many wall hangings. You might even find Noah’s plan for building the Ark.
Be sure to check out all of the details throughout each exhibit. You can find this miniature wooden Ark figure on one of the workshop tables.
In the exhibit with this detail, you will get answers to questions such as, “Did Noah study animals before the Flood?” and “Could Noah read and write?”
You can find the details on this table in one of the sleeping spaces within the Living Quarters.
Ask Noah questions and find out more about his father and grandfather in the exhibit where you will find this detail.
Learn more about God’s covenant with Noah in the exhibit where this beautiful image is located.
Look on shelves within the exhibits to find these figures.
Plan your trip to the Ark Encounter today, and see if you can find these remarkable details! While you’re searching, be sure to respect all exhibit boundaries. Share your favorite pictures from your visit with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter using #arkencounter.