Enjoy a fully functioning town in the time of the Kings and Prophets of ancient Israel, going back 3,000 years. Watch craftsmen in their shops and consider buying crafts like pottery and perfume in delicate glass vials. Learn how to write your name in Hebrew on parchment.
Walk through fields, orchards, vineyards; meet farmers who are using Biblical tools and methods to raise crops as they would have 3,000 years ago. See a dramatization of Boaz and Ruth who met in the wheat fields during harvest and fell in love. Attend a country wedding reception where your host invites you and your family to join the singing and dancing.
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Young families and kids will find so much more to see and experience at Israel Bible Village. Kids of all ages will have a fascinating day full of Biblical experiences, like a petting zoo of animals mentioned in the Bible and puppet shows of children’s favorite Bible stories. Click on the images below to see just some of what’s in store for you and your family when you visit…
Children of all ages, from 2 to 12 years, will enjoy dramatizations of the most favorite Bible stories presented in puppet shows and live dramas. Actors will be semi-professional Israeli child and teen actors. Following each show, the actors or puppet masters will conduct discussions with the children, probing the meaning of the stories.
Over 150 archeological sites from Biblical times are located in Israel Bible Village, most of which have never been excavated. Visitors may sign up for an exciting morning of digging and a fascinating afternoon seminar with the supervising archeologist who will teach participants how to decipher finds from the dig.
Enjoy a fascinating walking tour or hike to Biblical sites in the park or within hiking distance from the park. With Bible in hand as your guide, walk the very same routes taken by Joshua, King David, Samson and other “Children of Israel” some 3,000 years ago.