The Stave Church is a recreation of a form of architecture that reached its pinnacle in 12th century Norway. At one time there were as many as 2,000 stave churches in Norway with only 30 surviving to this day. Inside the Stave Church is a display on how they're constructed and other aspects of Norwegian culture in the 12th century.
- Location: At the front left of the Norway Pavilion.
- Date Opened: 7/5/1988
- # of Ride Units: None, the church is a walkthrough attraction.
- Ride Capacity: Several dozen people can fit in the church at once, though it would be pretty crowded.
- Restraint Method: None
- Ticket Rating: A Ticket
- Ride Photo: No
- Sponsor: Norway
- Open/Close: Opens and closes with the park.
- Wait Times: The church rarely gets very crowded, many people not even realizing you can go inside.
- Length of Ride: Self-guided, but you're not likely to spend more than 10 or 15 minutes inside.
- FastPass: No
- Single Rider: No
- Queue Description: None
- Health Restriction: None
- Ride Access: The church is accessible to wheelchairs and ECVs, though some elements of the exhibit inside may be difficult to see from a seated position.
- Wheelchair Transfer: Not necessary.
- Service Animals: Yes
- Audio: There is no audio component to this attraction.
- Weight and Size Issues: Should be none.
- Height Restriction: None
- Child Swap: No
- Other Issues:
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