If you live in or will be traveling to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, there is an exhibit that might interest you. “Ancient Treasures of the Holy Land” features more than 350 artifacts, including portions of the Dead Sea Scrolls that are for the first time being displayed in the U.S., an ossuary believed by some to hold the bones of Simon of Cyrene, who carried the cross for Jesus, lamps and pottery from the time of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, weapons, jars, etc.
It will also feature an interactive children’s area with an archaeological dig and a restaurant serving first-century meals, ala lentil soup, hummus and pita bread.
WHEN: Wednesday March 14th through July 28th.
WHERE: Embarcadero Building at Fair Park, 3809 Grand Ave., Dallas
HOURS: 10 A.M. to 7 P.M. Sunday through Thursday, and 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. Friday and Saturday
COST: At the door, $16.95 adults, $13.95 senior citizens, $6.95 for children 6-13. Children under 6 admitted free. Adults $10 if purchased online in March. Children’s archaeological dig is $5 and requires reservations.
DETAILS: Call 866-698-5333 or visit www.holyland1.com for more info and other discount options