Massive replica of the Ark looks great from a distance. As you get closer to the Ark you notice 2 and 3 dimensional animal heads attached to the Ark as if they were looking out windows. Unfortunately this is done so poorly they look more like animal trophy heads mounted to a wall. Once inside the Ark you notice lots of wiring and lights that they didn't attempt to conceal. Also there are some "animal prints" on the floor leading you to some of the rooms, but there isn't a clear path to guide you throughout the Ark. The few live animals exceed the biblical record and some of the goats can cross over your head...so you need to be careful of falling poop pellets. Parts of the Bible story are told in different rooms for different age groups, but the story seems to have lost its meaning in translation. The restaurant food was not very good and the seating area was not stable in all sections, which made eating difficult. Sorry, but my recommendation is to pass on this attraction.
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