Road to Bethlehem runs Sunday 3 and Monday 4 December 2017. Gates open at 5:30 pm with performances starting at 6pm. Last performance is at 8:50pm.
We highly recommend booking your free tickets online beforehand, to ensure you get the session time that best suits you. There are a limited number of tickets available each night at the gate, however these are issued on a first come first served basis so book online to avoid disappointment.
Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your allocated time slot, and proceed to the Census Registration desk to let us know you are here. You will be issued with a wristband, which you will need to show your guide when you join your group for your tour. While you wait, you can enjoy a great selection of food and entertainment on-site.
Each session will have a tour guide allocated, who will travel with you from scene to scene as you experience what it might have been like to walk the streets of Jerusalem over 2000 years ago.
To help us run this event each year, we would appreciate a donation on arrival.
Limited spaces available.Book
Road to Bethlehem is a Christmas program run by Mountain View Adventist College and our local Seventh-day Adventist churches.
The event is run each year so that we can share the story of the birth of our Saviour, Jesus Christ. It is designed as an event that the whole family can enjoy. Before or after your tour, you can visit our food and gift stalls, participate in some of the entertainment, or simply sit down and enjoy listening to live music from our performers. It’s a great time to relax and enjoy time with your family, friends and community.
The story that the Road to Bethlehem is based on can be found in the Bible in Matthew 1:18-25 and Matthew 2:1-23.
If you are driving to the event, there will be limited parking available on the College premises. On street parking is also available.
Mountain View Adventist College is located only a short walk (approximately five minutes) from Doonside Railway Station.