The Holy Land Experience is recommended as a full-day experience, although to fully absorb all the park has to offer will require coming back for at least a second visit. When you arrive, you will be given a map that contains information about the park's amenities and services. You will also get a separate schedule of live shows and other events that you can use to plan your day.
I found the most workable strategy was to arrive early and see a few of the live performances first. Most of the shows have just one performance each day, but the schedule is such that you have a comfortable amount of time to move from one show to the next and get a good seat. During the hottest part of the day (for you summer visitors), you can see the indoor presentations. This touring strategy will take you into the late afternoon. The entire park population turns out for the afternoon Passion Play, so pick your seats early. If you leave early, you might want to return at closing (remember to save your ticket) for the Living Waters show. During the holidays, the parking lot stays open late so you can admire the illuminated displays outside the park gate.
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