ⓘ Bible Land
Bible Land was a free roadside attraction, originally located in Temecula, California, and later moved to Calimesa, California along Interstate 10.
Built in the late 1960-ies of the sand sculptor Ted Conibear, the involvement of a sandy sculptures of various scenes, mainly of the New Testament, including the life-size rendition of "the last Supper".
Conibear, who traveled to the American southwest as an itinerant artist and sculptor, remains attractive until his death in 1994. His son could not find anyone to support the site, so he decided to destroy it to keep it from being defaced by vandals.
The website, a short distance East of the direct oak Canyon to leave the road along the North shoulder of Interstate 10 remains empty and undeveloped.