The Holy Land Experience's attractions include both indoor presentations that operate more or less continuously, and live productions (both indoor and outdoor) that perform on a limited schedule. It is unlikely that you will be able to see all of the live shows. For one thing, not all shows are presented every day, and if you try to catch every live show offered, you will not only have to skip lunch but probably won't have time for the indoor presentations, most of which are very much worth seeing. My best advice is to scan the schedule, pick out the live shows that appeal the most and plan your day accordingly.
In addition to the below attractions, the 2,000-seat Vatican-meets-Vegas Church of All Nations is where TBN's Praise the Lord is produced each Friday evening; studio audience admission is free. And at park open and closing, the Living Waters 15-minute synchronized fountain show, set to inspirational music, makes a fitting punctuation for the day, especially after sunset. Holy Land's map also lists several "points of interest" that are simplistic static tableaus, like the "authentically reproduced" Bethlehem Bus Loop and the Garden of Eden's out-of-scale menagerie. You'll stumble over most sites naturally; don't sweat any you miss.
Qumran Cave Presentation
Smile of a Child Adventure Land
The Wilderness Tabernacle
Passion Play (at Calvary's Garden Tomb)
Temple of the Great King and Plaza of the Nations
Theater of Life
Jerusalem Model A.D. 66
Shofar Auditorium Shows
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