Visiting Bibleworld

Visiting Bibleworld

Visiting Bibleworld

Bibleworld is a great place for adults and children to explore what life was like in Biblical times. Bibleworld has a range of detailed scale models, ancient artifacts from Bible times and a variety of 'hands on' activities.

Bibleworld is a great place for adults and children to explore what life was like in Biblical times. Bibleworld has a range of detailed scale models, ancient artifacts from Bible times and a variety of 'hands on' activities.

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Admission

Free Entry 

(Donations appreciated)

All bookings will be for a maximum of 90 mins. If you would like to stay for longer, please check with us as to whether we are available to extend your visit. 

Due to the interactive nature of Bibleworld, it is important that young children are supervised at all times. Please ensure that you have sufficient adults to supervise any children that you bring to Bibleworld, and to enable the adults to take turns looking at the exhibits that interest them. 

Please do not visit if you or anyone in your group has cold or flu symptoms or is unwell. 

Opening hours

Temporarily closed

(August 2022)
 

Covid-19 Mask policy:

While New Zealand is at Red or Orange, we require ALL visitors over the age of 12 (who don’t have an official exemption) to wear a mask. Your hosts, Ross and Sarah, are very aware of the need to protect the vulnerable with four elderly parents between them, and we also want to be able to provide a safe environment for other vulnerable people who visit Bibleworld. If you are not willing to comply with this mask request, we respectfully ask that you delay your visit until circumstances change. 

Location

1141 Eruera Street, Rotorua.

(Next to Citizens Advice)

 

Mobility

The museum is on the mezzanine floor and has a long ramp for access (no stairs or lift). Please ask at the staffroom for a key to an accessible toilet.