Christian Arts Museum of Fort Worth Admission
Christan Arts Museum of Forth Worth Admission is a family-friendly outing that is sure to be memorable. This is a nice outing for the whole family, young children included. There will be a guide for this tour. Guests will see many great religious pieces of artwork during this tour.
Christian Arts Museum of Fort Worth Admission includes a display of Leonardo DaVinci's Last Supper. There are many other Christian artifacts on display. This is one museum adventure no Christian should miss. So, if in the Fort Worth, Texas area and in need of something to do, visit the Christian Arts Museum of Fort Worth Admission.
Christian Arts Museum of Fort Worth Admission is one of great learning for any youngster. The youngster will learn of the Last Supper. The youngster will get to see many Christian artifacts as well as absorb a little knowledge from the museum trip. The guide will offer commentary throughout the duration of the museum tour.
Christian Arts Museum of Fort Worth Admission includes admission ticket, tour guide, and parking. There will be public restrooms available at the venue. What is not included in the Christian Arts Museum of Fort Worth Admission museum tour is a DVD. A DVD is available to purchase. Souvenir photos are also available for purchase. If a guest is looking for an ornament during the Nativity display, the will not find one. This tour does not include any ornaments for sale.
Christian Arts Museum of Fort Worth Admission museum tour is a must-see for any Christian living or visiting the Fort Worth, Texas area. There will be a guide for this tour. The guide will offer entertaining commentary.
The life-size wax depiction of Leonardo da Vinci's 'The Last Supper' was created in the 1950s by the hand of noted wax sculptor Katherine Stubergh. Mrs. Stubergh was one of the most renowned artisans of her craft and was responsible for the creation of hundreds of wax sculptures that have been displayed in museums around the world. Commissioned by the Fleming family of Fort Worth, the display first opened in 1956 and never left Fort Worth. Other pieces of Christian art are also on display for your enjoyment.
Throughout the year special exhibits are shown at the museum. During the Easter season the Ark of the Covenant model is displayed. The Ark was created by Scott McCune, who has provided Arks for churches, ministries and fraternal organizations all over the world.
The week after Thanksgiving Nativity scenes from around the world are on exhibit.
Pickup & Return:
Fort Worth cultural district.
Departure Times: 10am - 3pm Tuesday- Saturday
- Admission ticket
- Tour guide
Does not include:
- DVD (available to purchase)
- Souvenir photos (available to purchase)
- Art by Fort Worth Artist Rachel Colvin
- Christmas ornaments during the Nativity exhibit (starting the week after Thanksgiving)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- 12 and older are considered an adult
- Free admission for children under 12
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- No age minimum or maximum for the visit to the museum
- Handicap accessibility
- No food or drink in the museum
- Museum offers water