Florenceville, New Brunswick, Canada: Noah's Ark
Built by a local pastor in 1993 at roughly two-thirds the size of the Ark in the Bible. Currently used as a dormitory for "School of the Spirit." 300 feet long, high and dry; seaworthiness is unknown.
- Burnham Rd, Florenceville, NB, Canada
- Trans-Canada Hwy exit 153 onto Centreville Rd/Hwy 110 toward Florenceville. Follow Hwy 110 into town, then bear right onto Hwy 130. Cross the river, drive around three kilometers, then turn left onto Burnham Rd. You'll see the Ark ahead on the right.
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A pastor in Florenceville, NB had a vision that he was supposed to build an ark and start a school, so he did. This is a huge "replica" of Noah's Ark and serves as the dormitory for the Christian college that the pastor started. It's even complete with portholes. If you go there, just be careful climbing up the stairs on the outside - they were a bit rickety when we visited.
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