Museum of the Bible exhibit explores mystery of the Shroud of Turin – On February 26, 2022, Museum of the Bible opened its newest exhibit, Mystery and Faith: The Shroud of Turin, exploring the complex history behind the enduring mystery of the Shroud. Few artifacts in the world have stirred imagination, provoked controversy, raised hypotheses — and for some, fortified faith — like the Shroud of Turin. #Shroud #ShroudofTurin
Museum of the Bible Celebrates Anniversary with Festivities, Prepares to Welcome Millionth Visitor – To commemorate its first anniversary, Museum of the Bible invites the public to a variety of free festivities held throughout the weekend, including special children’s activities, giveaways and unique photo opportunities.
Museum of the Bible Solves Mystery of Missing Greek Manuscript; Will Return Artifact to Owners – In Spirit of Cooperation,…
Museum of the Bible To Add A Billy Graham Exhibit – This exhibit will provide a historical examination of the life, work and cultural significance of William Franklin “Billy” Graham Jr. (1918 – 2018), focusing on his use of the Bible in his ministry from the late-1940s through his retirement in 2005. #BillyGraham
Museum of the Bible Celebrates More than Half a Million Visitors in First Six Months – On its six-month anniversary, Museum of the Bible is releasing official attendance numbers: Approximately 565,000 people have visited the 430,000-square-foot museum since its opening to the public November 18, 2017.
President Trump’s Inauguration Bible Joins Other Presidential Bibles at Museum of the Bible – The Bible that President Donald J. Trump used to take oath for office has joined other Bibles from former presidents and displayed at the Museum of the Bible. #DonaldTrump
Museum of the Bible – World’s Largest Museum Dedicated to the Bible Marks Grand Opening in US Capital
Museum of the Bible – World’s Largest Museum Dedicated to the Bible Marks Grand Opening in US Capital. One day before Museum of the Bible opens to the public, a diverse group of faith and secular leaders from around the world gathered at the eight-story, 430,000-square-foot museum in Washington to dedicate the newest museum in the nation’s capital in front of a standing-room-only crowd. Plus learn some facts about this Bible Museum.