The Arc of Noah in Netherlands
Posted by Editor on October 29, 2012
While exploring Netherlands you might run into a cultivation of tulips or, why not, in a life-size reconstruction of the Ark of Noah. Immerse yourself in the Biblical account of the Flood and find out how the Ark was built and how Noah and his family could live in Netherlands and possibly in Dordrecht.
The Arc of Noah
Noah’s Arc in Roterdam
The Ark is located along the Maasstraat Dordrecht and houses several small living animals and polyester reproductions of large animals. Through some screens installed on the walls you can find a lot of information on the construction of the ship and follow the story of the Deluge. While in the cinema you can watch movies inspired by the biblical story.
Noah’s Arc front view
Walkway onto the Arc
The Ark is open from 9 am to 18 from Monday to Saturday. The ticket costs € 12.50 (reduced for children aged 3 to 12 years € 7.50). The property also has two amphitheaters for concerts, musicals and other events and a restaurant which offers an excellent view of the river Merwede and the city of Dordrecht.
Noah’s Arc photos: jaccodotorg, Davydutchy