Museum of the Bible

Devout believer or staunch atheist, this exploration of the Holy Scriptures doesn’t fail to astonish.

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Washington DC: Museum of the Bible General Admission

1. Washington DC: Museum of the Bible General Admission

Steps from the National Mall, the Museum of the Bible is an innovative, global, and educational institution with the purpose to invite all people to engage with the Bible. Showcasing rare and fascinating artifacts spanning 3,500 years of history, the museum offers visitors an immersive and personalized experience with the Bible, and its ongoing impact on the world. Admission includes access to 7 floors of informative and interactive displays and exhibits including a 12-minute film immersing viewers in the remarkable story of how the followers of Jesus grew into a thriving community and a 30-minute Hebrew Bible experience, where viewers encounter significant narratives including the stories of Noah's ark, the burning bush, and the Passover. This ticket allows you to explore the museum without the crowds with exclusive early access to the Museum from 9 AM, 1 hour before the Museum is open to the General Public at 10 AM (except on Sundays, when there is no Early Access). You also have the option to upgrade your ticket to include the 6-minute “Washington Revelations” Flight Simulator video. Take a dazzling, multi-sensory tour, "flying" past biblical references in and around Washington, D.C., from the Lincoln Memorial to the Library of Congress. Guests must be at least 42” in height to purchase this option.

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What people are saying about Museum of the Bible

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 140 reviews

A must visit. We always start on the 3rd floor snd barely get through. This visit we actually also toured floor 2. This amazing denominational museum has been organized to enhance the everyman’s understanding of what life was like in the times when gods weee replaced by the One God. Suggest viewing “The Chosen” a television drama based on the life of Jesus of Nazareth, created, directed and co-written by American filmmaker Dallas Jenkins. It is the first multi-season series about the life of Jesus,

Allow yourself plenty of time for this museum, we had total about three hours; this was not nearly enough. I also would not recommend the museum for children under middle school age

Early admission was wonderful! Felt like we were only people in museum ! Everything about the Bible Museum was amazing and would highly recommend not missing this when in DC!

We didn't have nobody to guide us as they said when we fill the form but it is an amazing place to visit.

Absolutely loved this, learned so much and for a very low rate. I will be visiting again.