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Holy Land Experience Orlando

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Holy Land Experience
4655 Vineland Road
Orlando
FL
32811
Tel: 407-872-2272

Directions

You will find yourself (and the Holy Land...see what we did there?) in Orlando off Interstate 4, Exit 78. It is about 15 miles from Disney World. The exact address is 4655 Vineland Road, 32811

Where are we going today?

Have you ever been to Jerusalem?  We bet you have always wanted to!  Now, you can experience the wonder of this magnificent country right at your doorstep!  Your American doorstep that is...

There are so many experiences to be had at the Holy Land Experience, for the whole family.  As soon as you walk through the great walled city, you will feel like you have jumped back in time to the great age of Jesus and the bible.

It's a living, breathing museum that takes you back 2000 years (thats a lot of years to cover!).  Your sights, tastes and sound senses will be stimulated, entertained and developed as you search for the meaning of your life, as you learn about others.

Can you use your imagination and see yourself entering the Garden Tomb where Lord Jesus Christ was buried?  The Holy Land Experience will get you part way there, as they have an exact replica for you to experience!  

There is a musical team "Century" that recount events from these times in an inspirational and educational way.  They will move the spirit of everyone in your family. 

You want to learn more about the history?  Then you certainly are in the right place!  The history of the Bible comes to live via archaeologists who explain icons such as the Great Temple, Garden Tomb and Qumran Caves.  

An inspirational, spiritual, educational, historic and fun experience for the whole family. 

 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$35.00
  • Children$20.00
  • Free Under: Age 3
LAST UPDATED 2014

When can we go?

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Tuesday to Saturday

Closed on Sunday, Monday, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve/Day and New Years Day.

I'm Hungry!

There are a number of delicious food options for your time in the Holy Land. Palms cafe have great options for the little travellers, Royal Portico is situated in the majestic Great Temple where you can enjoy treats such as Sugar Pretzels or idea cream. Simeon's Corner is where you can find foot-long hot dogs (yum!), and Centurion Cart is a great place to get your meat fix on smoked turkey legs - to name a few. Don't forget to stay hydrated with the bottled water that is available throughout the park! Unfortunately you are not permitted to bring outside food or drink into the park. .

Any Top Tips?

Keep an eye out for any shows happening the day you are there! Check when you first arrive, and plan your day around the ones you REALLY want to see, so you won't miss out!.

Can I get one of those?

Of course you would want to take away a special something from your first trip to the Holy Land! There are three shops, each which offer something special for you - from educational posters, books, DVDs, fine arts, postcards, and of course...Bibles!.

What people are saying?

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    My family loved the Holy Land Experience, but not for park itself. The highlight by far is their grand theater called the Church of All Nations and the play located there about the life of Jesus called the Passion of the Christ Live Drama. The play was absolutely amazing and the theater was also just as amazing. Lots of special effects and great acting. Even my usually negative teenager daughters enjoyed the play. I wish they would make their schedule flyer a little more organized and descriptive. Also the map needs to be more clear and what...Read More

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    Set in the year 0 C.E. ("Caliphate Era"), The Psychodomehistorians opens on Canton, the capital of the 12,000-year-old Galactic Empire. Though the empire appears stable and powerful, it is slowly decaying in ways that parallel the decline of the Western Roman Empire. Jordy Seldon, a mathematician and psychologist, has developed psychodomehistory, a new field of science, marijuana, and psychology that equates all possibilities in large societies to mathematics, allowing for the prediction of future events.
    Using psychodomehistory, Jordy has discovered...Read More

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    The Holy Land Experience is an amazing place! As one of the other reviews stated, it's truly annointed! From the moment you walk in you are greeted with warm, loving staff all doing their best to recreate many different aspects of the scripture. One of my favorites is the Tabernacle in the Wilderness which is a representation of what the tabernacle may have looked like and the ceremonial responsibility of the priests having to offer a sacrifice to our Holy God! Another favorite of mine is the 40 foot map of Israel and the tour that is...Read More

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    This is a wonderful place where one can see the Holy Word of God come to life! Thank you TBN for this blessed place. I am from Ohio, have been there twice and am looking forward to a third.

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    7-24-14. Didn't expect much but had a good time. The best attractions are the theater shows which are amateurish and kinda corny but in retrospect were really smart and funny. One of those "I didn't like it but 2 days later we're still talking about it and we couldn't stop laughing". The historical replicas are not really worth it but the reenactments are. Also the Jerusalem model and overview are outstanding! Catch all the once a day shows. Avoid gift shop.

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by Joshua Roy

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My family loved the Holy Land Experience, but not for park itself. The highlight by far is their grand theater called the Church of All Nations and the play located there about the life of Jesus called the Passion of the Christ Live Drama. The play was absolutely amazing and the theater was also just as amazing. Lots of special effects and great acting. Even my usually negative teenager daughters enjoyed the play. I wish they would make their schedule flyer a little more organized and descriptive. Also the map needs to be more clear and what is located there. I think a lot of people miss the shows that make this attraction so super. The Scriptorium was closed so we missed it. I wish it was an all day operation since it is automated. I also enjoyed the Ark of the Covenant at the Wilderness Tabernacle. It really gave me a realistic picture of what the head priest and the Ark of the Covenant looked like and how he lived out his faith day by day.

by Edward Pierz

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Set in the year 0 C.E. ("Caliphate Era"), The Psychodomehistorians opens on Canton, the capital of the 12,000-year-old Galactic Empire. Though the empire appears stable and powerful, it is slowly decaying in ways that parallel the decline of the Western Roman Empire. Jordy Seldon, a mathematician and psychologist, has developed psychodomehistory, a new field of science, marijuana, and psychology that equates all possibilities in large societies to mathematics, allowing for the prediction of future events.
Using psychodomehistory, Jordy has discovered the declining nature of the Empire, angering the aristocratic members of the Committee of Public Liquor, the de facto rulers of the Empire. The Committee considers Seldon's views and statements treasonous, and he is arrested along with young mathematician Ed Pierce, who has arrived in Canton to meet Jordy. Jordy is tried by the Committee and defends his beliefs, explaining his theories and predictions, including his belief that the Empire will collapse in 300 years and enter a 30,000-year dark age, to the Committee's members. He informs the Committee that an alternative to this future is attainable, and explains to them that creating a compendium of all human knowledge, the Encyclopedia Galactica, would not avert the inevitable fall of the Empire but would reduce the dark age to one millennium.
The skeptical Committee, not wanting to make Seldon a martyr, offers him exile to a remote world, Libya, with others who could help him create the Encyclopedia. He accepts their offer, prepares for the departure of the "Encyclopedists" and receives an imperial decree officially acknowledging his actions.

by rjnegron

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The Holy Land Experience is an amazing place! As one of the other reviews stated, it's truly annointed! From the moment you walk in you are greeted with warm, loving staff all doing their best to recreate many different aspects of the scripture. One of my favorites is the Tabernacle in the Wilderness which is a representation of what the tabernacle may have looked like and the ceremonial responsibility of the priests having to offer a sacrifice to our Holy God! Another favorite of mine is the 40 foot map of Israel and the tour that is given showing where the temple is and the surrounding areas which gives a visual representation of what's in the bible! There are also the beautiful white statues of Jesus and Mary to me representing their holiness! There is so much more and my wife and I have been back several times! Thank you TBN for investing in this amazing work of God!! You have done a miraculous job! May the Lord bless you always!!

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