Holy Land Experience is giving guests the chance to see a showing of “The Passion of the Christ” for free leading up to Easter Sunday.
The attraction is hosting free presentations of Mel Gibson’s film now through Easter Sunday April 5. The movie will be shown uncut and without interruption inside the park’s Church of All Nations, on a 60-foot-by-20-foot high-definition screen.
“Since its 2004 debut in theaters across America, ‘The Passion of the Christ’ has been embraced by believers the world over for its realistic and moving portrayal of Jesus’ suffering and death,” said Mike Everett, general manager of Holy Land Experience. “We’re thrilled to once again share this powerful movie with our many friends and guests.”
Presentation times for The Passion of the Christ at the Church of All Nations are: Good Friday April 3 (7 p.m.), Saturday April 4 (7 p.m.), and Easter Sunday April 5 (3 p.m.).
Parking and entrance to this special event are free, with 2,000 seats available on a first-come-first-served basis.