Yes, it's huge. But it's also controversial. Ken Ham, the Australian fundamentalist responsible for the construction of the Ark, announced they will only hire Christians to staff the park — and future employees must sign a "statement of faith" avowing their beliefs. Of course critics slammed the "unreasonable" hiring process, but I won't delve deeper into the topic since I really don't care about religion.
The gigantic boat will feature interactive exhibits including wooden cages with sculptures of various animals, including dinosaurs. Surrounding it will be a petting zoo, theater, restaurant, gift shop and a 4,000-space parking lot. The amusement park also plans on having a Walled City, the Tower of Babel, a first century Middle Eastern village, and other attractions.