Old Testament Tabernacle

How would you like to retrace the steps of the Children of Israel as you tour a Life-Sized reconstruction of the Old Testament Tabernacle? Learn the meaning behind the materials, measurements, and architecture of this historic place of worship. Discover how every aspect of this amazing piece of history is symbolic of the ministry, death, and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ.

How well do you know the Tabernacle?

What was the biggest piece of furniture in the Tabernacle

a. lamp stand
b. laver
c. brazen altar
d. none of the above

How did the Israelites know when it was time to pack up and move to another location?

a.  God spoke audibly
b.  Moses decided when it was time to move
c.  A cloud of smoke by day and a pillar of fire by night rested above the Tabernacle, when it moved the Israelites moved.

Tabernacle Trivia

Did you know…

The Old Testament Tabernacle was used for 500 years before an even greater place of worship was built

The placement of the tabernacle furnishings and even of the Israelite camp itself formed a significant pattern from above

Courtyard Gate  Exodus 27:16-19

Did you know….

There was only one entrance— Do you know why?

The four colors of the door stood for different aspects of Christ

Brazen Altar (Exodus 17:1-8)

Did you know….

Both the brass and the wood used in its construction carried a special meaning

The four horns at each corner are symbolic of Christ… How?

Did you know….

The laver delivered a special significance for women

Speaks to the importance of spiritual hygiene

Inner Veil (Exodus 26)

Did you know….

One person with specific credentials was allowed past this barrier just once a year

This veil was torn from top to bottom after the crucifixion… Why?

Holy of Holies (Exodus 26:31, Hebrews 10:19-22. Exodus 25:10-22)

Did you know….

There were no windows… How could the High Priest see to do his work?

There were only three items inside the Ark of the Covenant… What were they?

These fascinating facts and mysteries will be explored in depth by experienced guides as you embark on this Bible based tour of the Life-Sized Replica of the Old Testament Tabernacle.