We are always looking for new and engaging ways to help visitors experience daily life in the ancient world. We create a newsletter that contains historical articles and updates about the museum and special events. I learned so much more about the Bible and ancient times! The tour guide was fabulous. The highlight of any visit to the Biblical History Center is a walk through the Archaeological Replica Garden where full-scale reconstructions of structures relevant to daily life in Biblical times bring history to life.
The Biblical Life Artifacts Gallery is an amazing opportunity to peer back across the ages to see what daily life was like in ancient times.
We are privileged to be one of only eight [ Inside the Museum there are two rooms with reclining tables. Both of these ancient cities were destroyed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in Italy in 79 C. Therefore, we offer several hands-on opportunities. Making bread like the shepherds in the desert have for thousands of years is one of those opportunities.
One of our most precious opportunities is helping history come to life for kids of all ages. Especially for that purpose we have constructed four archaeological pits for kids to learn the purpose of archaeology—and to have a good time!
There are self-explanatory signs posted on the arches, but arrangements can be made for a private guide through the ruins of these four ancient houses of worship for a nominal fee. Please take time to look at the columns located in front of each worship center as they show the progression of architectural styles through [ Special, half, or full day lectures and multi-day conferences are offered by the museum throughout the year to learn more about Biblical history. These events can be geared to teachers, pastors, or any groups who would like to learn more about the past.
Using maps and models, the lecture hall allows for learning a great [ The Biblical History Center has a well-trained staff who are able to come to your location to meet the needs of your group. Here are just a few examples: 1.
We are happy to come to your church, civic group, or other location and speak about our Center. Love Comes Softly - Friday, October 11 at 7. We'll have popcorn, Coke's, and snacks for purchase. Will take place rain or shine! Cost: F [ At its heart, the Olive Festival is a festival for foodies.
Our Garden will come to life with foods from the ancient world!
Many of these food items will be locally sourced produce [ Join us for this special tour offered only during the Christmas season. Follow the Shepherd Walks focus on the birth of Jesus. You will learn about Mary and Joseph's journey from Nazareth to Bethlehem, why she was turned away from the inn, and what t [ Visit with Mary and Joseph is a special opportunity for you and your family and friends to celebrate Christmas in an authentic setting.
Throughout the day, we will offer a multitude of activities and events for you all to enjoy. We plan to have anima [ Visit us during the month of January with discounted rates! If you state that you found out about the discounted entry prices on our website or on our Facebook Page, then you will be given entry to the Garden and Gallery!
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