|Location: 400 4th Street SW
|Date: Friday, November 9
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
|Cost: $15/person (ages 3 to adult)
Babies aged 2 and under are free.
|Registration: Register here no later than November 6.
(Registration will close if capacity
is reached before the deadline.)
|Directions: Click here.|
Engage with the Bible at Museum of the Bible’s homeschool day!
Visit the museum and participate in hands-on activities designed for all ages.
- Participate in an archaeological dig and discover relics from the past.
- Make a first-century clay oil lamp and add your own unique design.
- Analyze first-century Roman and Jewish artifacts to figure out how they were used.
- Learn how wool was used in first-century Nazareth and practice the technique of weaving.
- Interview inhabitants of first-century Nazareth.
- Listen to Bible stories and participate in crafts related to the story.
- Explore the places Billy Graham traveled for his crusades.
For lunch, sign up to eat with Eli, a tekton from Nazareth in the year 30 AD. Space is limited. You must sign up for this by choosing the option during registration. (No outside food is permitted. Lunch must be purchased inside the museum.)
IMPORTANT: bring a copy of your confirmation email, this will be your ticket into the museum. The event will be on the sixth floor in the Gathering Room.
For more information, visit the website.