Holy Land, the First Religious Theme Park

Tierra Santa (Holy Land) is a theme park oriented to the different stages in the life of Jesus Christ, since His birth till His crucifixion and resurrection.
Inside a giant model, you can go along the streets of Jerusalem, discovering different cultures with every step you make. There, Cristians, Jews, Romans and Arabs seem to have co-existed interchanging their customs.

If you decide to live this experience in the late afternoon, the park will turn on a series of lighting systems, which will give the journey an even more mystical touch.

Built in a seven-hectare venue in the City of Buenos Aires, the atmosphere is architecturally perfect. Sculptures of characters of those days and animals modeled at life-size with a wealth of detail animate the venue every minute.

Besides, the large amount of staff working in the park, all of them dressed in typical costumes of the time, make the visitor feel as if he has been transported back through the time tunnel, to about 2000 years ago.
  • The Calvary

    The Calvary

  • A cultural and historic bridge

    A cultural and historic bridge

  • Holy birth

    Holy birth

  • Adam and Eve

    Adam and Eve

  • Chapel

    Chapel

  • Wailing Wall

    Wailing Wall

  • Center single evangelization

    Center single evangelization

Aso, if you have enough time, you can see various shows. Music bands, folkloric dances, puppets, among other things, can be experienced at different scheduled timetables on an open air stage.

In short, beyond the religious faith each of us may profess, the ride may become a didactic excursion, especially for children, always accompanied by the explanation provided by grown-ups.

Pablo Etchevers / Gentileza Tierrasanta.com.ar

Useful Data

Opening hours: from 6/20 thru 11/30: Fridays from 9am to 9pm (admission allowed until 7pm. Saturdays, Sundays and holidays: from 11 am to 10.30pm (admission allowed until 8.30pm).from 12/1 thru 4/2: Fridays from 5.30pm to 11.30pm (admission allowed until 9.30pm). Saturdays, Sundays and holidays: from 3pm to 11.30pm (admission allowed until 9.30pm).

Bear in mind: Paid parking lot is also offered.

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