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Museum of the Bible

Museum of the Bible
400 4th St SW Washington, DC 20024
1-800-987-9852  
Detail Most guests spend approximately 2 hours at the museum.
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
Detail Handicap Accessible
Detail Non-Flash Photography is Permitted
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Washington DC is home to an amazing array of things to do and see, but none are so special as the Museum of the Bible. Visit this new attraction to uncover the mysteries and facts of Biblical history. There are many different exhibits to see and learn about, so bring the entire family along on your next DC adventure!

The Museum of the Bible prides itself on bringing learning to all ages. By introducing visitors of all ages to Biblical passages through interactive exhibits, the Museum aims to help people engage with the Bible in meaningful ways. With admission to the museum, you will be able to visit permanent exhibits as well as traveling and temporary displays, all dedicated in some way to the Bible. 

Current Exhibitions at the Museum of the Bible Include: 

  • Picture Books of the Past: Reading an Old Master Painting

    (Now - Sep 30, 2020)
    This unique display discovers how medieval churches used pictures to convey events and lessons from the Bible. Since many were illiterate in that time, they sought to bring the word to the masses through these paintings. Here, you will be able to see paintings from the 14th through the 19th centuries, each with Christian significance. There are 64 paintings in this exhibits, featuring artists such as Ribera, Dolci, and Tintoretto. 
  • The Tapestry of Light: Intersections of Illumination

    (Now - May 2020)
    This unique exhibit is the very first visual interpretation of John's Apocalypse. This astounding display features a beautiful tapestry and took twenty years to develop into its final form. A result of collaboration between many accredited doctors and artists, this tapestry is a must-see. 
  • The People of the Land: History and Archaeology of Ancient Israel


    Ancient Israel was a significant area to the Bible, as many know. At this exhibit, guests can view real artifacts from this time frame. Learn about life in ancient Israel and see some fascinating archaeological artifacts on display. 
  • Treasures from the Vatican Museums and the Vatican Library


    Everyone knows how important that the Vatican is to Catholicism. At this exhibit, guests will be able to view real manuscripts and other artifacts from the Vatican Museums and the Vatican Library. 

Permanent Exhibits include: 

  • The Impact of the Bible


    Located on the 2nd floor of the museum, the Impact of the Bible exhibit displays the Bible's impact on a variety of industries and cultural aspects of the modern world. See how the Bible has affected everything from music to literature, fashion, and more. There are one-of-a-kind artifacts to discover and guests can even see a fun 'flight' through DC at Bible Now. 
  • The Stories of the Bible


    Located on the third floor, this exhibition takes visitors through the most important Biblical stories. Here guests will visit Nazareth and discover Christianity's history through interesting displays and information. 
  • The History of the Bible


    The History of the Bible exhibit is found on the fourth floor. It is here that guests will be able to explore some of the most astounding artifacts and items. From the real handwritten scrolls to modern day apps, you can explore how Christianity was formed and how it influenced the world. Guests can also explore the IllumiNations exhibit which features Biblical translations from across the entire world. 

As well as exhibits, the museum is also home to a spectacular collection of rare artifacts. Visitors will be able to see these artifacts up close to learn about the Bible in a brand new way. Some of the artifacts featured in this extensive collection include:

  • Mishnah Incunable
  • The Washington Pentateuch Manuscript
  • Thomson Bible
  • Thomas Jefferson's Letter to the Society of the Methodist Episcopal
  • Luther's German New Testament
  • Saint Cecilia Bible Manuscript

With so many amazing things to explore in Washington DC, be sure to visit the Museum of the Bible. This historic and religious museum gives the greatest insight into the Bible and how Christianity has become the biggest and most influential religion in the world. Your trip is sure to be fun, educational, and inspiring. 

Frequently Asked Questions for Museum of the Bible:
  • What amenities (such as ATM, gift shop, etc) are available?
    There are two restaurants at the museum, Manna and Milk + Honey Cafe.
  • Is Museum of the Bible handicap accessible?
    Yes.
  • Is photography & video recording allowed?
    Yes, as long as you do not use flash.
  • For what ages is Museum of the Bible appropriate?
    It is great for all ages.
  • Is parking available at Museum of the Bible? Is it free?
    Parking is limited in the area and there are three nearby parking garages.
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