Mission: The explorations in antiquity center is an interfaith museum of daily life in antiquity committed to making history come alive through meaningful interaction of its visitors with full-scale archaeological reconstructions of discoveries from the ancient world.
Programs: Archeological garden tours are an interactive walk though an archeological garden where full-scale replicas of structures relevant to daily life in biblical times bring history to life. The center has two biblical meal rooms;(1)the "jerusalem biblical meal room" is a copy of one discovered at pompeil; (2)the "mount zion biblical meal room" is a replica of one discovered at herculaneum. Each room serves a four-course meal consisting of 15 different food items, including soup, salad, main course, dessert, and all beverages. To experience the ancient world in a personal way, the center offers hands on opportunities of making bread like the shepherds in the desert have for thousands of years. The center also has four archeological pits for kids to learn the purpose of archeology. Three pits are based on real-life archeological excavations from different periods of time and one pit is dedicated to the youngest archeologist and is filled with "dinosaur remains and fossils".