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Museum Experience


From Ancient to Modern Times

Why should we care about a temporary temple that existed during the Old Testament? 

3400 years ago the Tabernacle was a way to define a nation's obedience to God, that kept them unified and brought organization to their daily life. It was the imagery of Christ who would "tabernacle" with us. This replica today helps us in a wonderful way to learn about a divine plan for humanity. 


History Unveiled

The Tabernacle, meaning "residence" or "dwelling place", was the portable earthly dwelling place of the God of Israel used by the Israelites from the Exodus until the conquest of Canaan. Moses was instructed at Mount Sinai to construct and transport the Tabernacle with the Israelites on their journey through the wilderness and their subsequent conquest of the Promised Land.


Historic Facts

Its equipment, and the priestly vestments were made of a great variety of materials. These comprised of gold, silver, bronze and acacia wood, ordinary linen and fine twisted linen; goats' hair, tanned rams' skins, and goatskins; oil, spices and precious stones. The value of the materials was in direct proportion to the degree of sanctity of the Tabernacle component or furniture for which it was used. In this way, the conception of graduated holiness was preserved in every aspect of the shrine.

Artist Representation of the Tabernacle


The Tabernacle of Moses Tour allows you to grow your knowledge through an outstanding experience. Visitors will be taken back 3400 years to experience one of the most important structures in ancient Hebrew history.  

Guided by Eleanor Funk, an expert in Biblical Old Testament, you will be immersed in the only life-size replica Tabernacle in Canada and discover hidden secrets from ancient times.

We’ve got plenty of surprises waiting for you to discover when you book a tour. This is one of the most enjoyable and convenient ways to experience The Tabernacle of Moses, so save your place and don’t miss out.


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