The Road of Faith takes you to Washington, DC where the new Museum of the Bible traces the existence of the Bible spanning 3,500 years. See the pages of the Bible come to life at the Creation Museum and be in awe of the Ark Encounter, a full-size, all wood replica of Noah’s Ark. Day one arrive in Ohio and enjoy a welcome dinner with your fellow travelers. Day two depart Ohio for Washington, DC. Upon arrival, a local guide conducts a narrated tour of our Nation’s Capital. While touring through the National Mall area see the many monuments and memorials dedicated to past presidents and the nation’s wars including the National World War II Memorial. Day three begins at Arlington National Cemetery to see the gravesites of John and Robert Kennedy as well as the eternal flame that burns in dedication to the memory of JFK. Appreciate the military precision of the Changing of the Guard Ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns. At the new Museum of the Bible, discover the Bible’s history, from hand-written scrolls to mobile devices through rare artifacts spanning 3,500 years of history. Walk through the stories of the Hebrew Bible, immerse yourself in first century Nazareth and listen to the story of how followers of Jesus grew into a thriving community. After dinner, an Illumination tour of Washington, DC includes views of the memorials and monuments bathed in light. Day four depart Washington DC and stop in Cambridge, Ohio at the six-foot bronze statue of William Boyd, better known as “Hopalong Cassidy”. See the exhibits dedicated to this beloved cowboy hero. Day five stop in Petersburg, Kentucky and visit the Creation Museum, a state of-the-art museum that brings the pages of the Bible to life through the retelling of its stories. Tonight, dinner is at the first authentic Hofbrauhaus in America. Modeled after its 400 year-old cousin in Munich, it features traditionally decorated rooms and excellent German fare. It’s Wunderbar! Day six is spent at the impressive Ark Encounter. This massive, full-size, all wood replica of Noah’s Ark presents a number of historic events centered on this one-of-a-kind historically themed attraction. Spanning 510 feet long, 85 feet wide and 51 feet high, it’s designed to be family oriented, historically authentic and is the largest timber frame structure in the country. Tonight enjoy a farewell dinner of an amazing trip. Day seven the tour ends and you head home.