Frequently Asked Questions
Is it Wheelchair Accessible?
We provide golf carts and drivers for those who need it. Simply let one of the greeters at the main entrance know of your need and they'll help you get to the right place.
Is it Stroller Accessible?
Strollers are welcome at the Living Nativity. You'll be asked to park your stroller as you wait in the main auditorium, and you can pick it up as your group heads outside. The ground can be a little uneven, but definitely stroller accessible.
What should I wear?
12 of the 13 scenes are outside, so you'll want to bundle up for whatever the outdoor conditions are. Typically a group is outside for 35-45 minutes, so we're guessing you'll want to bring hats, coats gloves.... the works.
Do I need to pay for parking (or anything else)?
Nope, it's completely free. No strings attached.
Can I give a donation?
We're thrilled you enjoy the Living Nativity so much! But no, we don't accept donations. It is our pleasure to give this as a gift to the community.
Do you have anything for the Hard of Hearing or Deaf?
Do you offer anything for Spanish Speakers? ¿Hay algo disponible para los hispanohablantes?
Do Large Groups need to Register Ahead??
No, large groups are welcome to just show up. However, we do recommend that you plan to get there as early as possible (5pm or even a little earlier) so your group doesn't have to wait too long.