If you’ve ever step foot into a living museum anywhere on the planet, you’ve probably been incredibly impressed by what the historical actors are able to do in making you feel as though you’ve actually been transported back in time. And though this is one of the most distinctly American forms of entertainment, often illuminating our deep and rich heritage in ways that history books simply cannot, Orlando is home to one of the most fascinating, accurate, and transformable living history museums in the Holy Land Experience.
Literally transporting you back in time and across the globe (some 2000 years and 7000 miles), you’ll be dropped inside of the time of Christ just as it was when these historical figures were walking near. A true to life and very real reconstruction of the sites, sounds, and experiences that these ancient people live through on a daily basis, you will be moved regardless of your specific religious views. Incredibly accurate and sensory rich, all of the historical actors here have been trained to give you the kind of in-depth knowledge that most history books simply cannot condense into words and pictures on the printed page. There is something else about walking around in ancient Jerusalem and involving yourself in the day-to-day life that these people lived on a regular basis. Not only will you be able to walk around the Holy Land and see the sights, but you’ll also be able to interact with knowledgeable experts to gain a deeper insight into what this world was really like.
And while there has been a specific and purposeful amount of attention paid to making sure things are as real as they possibly can be, they have also been crafted in a way to make sure that you have an incredibly fun and exciting time while seeing all that God and his word have made possible.
Tapping into a deeply important and powerfully influential time in our world history, you will be able to leave this Holy Land Experience with a more thorough understanding of your faith, spirituality, and the connection that we all have to our distant past. There are a lot of different ways to embrace your faith, but none are quite like seeing it acted out right in front of you when you step onto the grounds of the Holy Land Experience.