Ark Encounter, a for-profit biblical theme park, is planned to be built on an 800-acre site in Grant County. Artwork of the planned park shows the Tower of Babel at left, a first-century walled city in center, Noah's Ark at right, and an amphitheater at bottom center.
Ark Encounter, a for-profit biblical theme park, is planned to be built on an 800-acre site in Grant County. Artwork of the planned park shows the Tower of Babel at left, a first-century walled city in center, Noah's Ark at right, and an amphitheater at bottom center.
Ark Encounter, a for-profit biblical theme park, is planned to be built on an 800-acre site in Grant County. Artwork of the planned park shows the Tower of Babel at left, a first-century walled city in center, Noah's Ark at right, and an amphitheater at bottom center.

Noah's Ark theme park to get deep discount on property taxes

August 09, 2011 12:00 AM

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