Last year, a record-breaking number of people visited Israel—more than 3 million—800,000 of which were Americans; a number that keeps increasing. But did you know that through a 360-degree virtual reality tour anyone can experience Nazareth, sail the sea of Galilee, walk the path of the good Samaritan, climb the stairs to the Temple Mount, or walk the mountains and valleys of the lands of the Bible?! It’s all part of Museum of the Bible’s virtual reality tour. It features more than two dozen famous biblical sites so that anyone can engage with the stories and influence of the Bible in the very lands in which its stories took place!
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