Museum of the Bible

Visit to the Museum of the Bible.

Quite impressive.

*heavy photo post

Walked in just in time for the 2pm showing of "Concert of the Ages: The Great Adventure".
It features an acapella group of 8 singing various songs inspired by the biblical texts.

The Art of the Gospels by Makoto Fujimura

Museum of the Bible is free and accepts walkins but tickets can still be reserved online. Due to the museum not receiving any kind of government funding, it's dependent solely on donations. So a suggested donation fee of $15 for adults and $10 for children are welcomed. And don't feel guilty if you don't have that amount on you. I donated less than $15 and it was still accepted. Just a heads up.

As mentioned above, I got to attend a concert, which is a pretty cool feature to have at a museum.  I was also impressed with how technology and immersive art were weaved into a lot of the exhibitions, the coolest being The Stories of the Bible. If there's an exhibition that's a must see, it's that one.

There are 7 floors including a rooftop. As you can imagine, I wasn't able to view everything but I do plan to visit again soon.

So much to see!