The Bible is a living record of God’s word, meant to be personally engaged with on a daily basis. Yet it also has a fascinating historical side to it that transcends continents, cultures, and millennia. One way of capturing its illustrious and storied past is by devoting museums to its multifaceted existence. We thought it would be a service to you to provide a list of Bible museums and exhibits in one location for easy reference. If you know of museums that should be included here, please let us know.
➤ Badè Museum of Biblical Archaeology, Berkeley, California
➤ Bible History Exhibits, Ronks, Pennsylvania
➤ The Bible Museum, Goodyear, Arizona
➤ The Bible Museum, Phoenix, Arizona & Orlando, Florida (@GreatsiteDotCom), Phoenix, Arizona & Orlando, Florida
➤ Bible Truck, mobile
➤ BibleWalk, Mansfield, Ohio
➤ Bibleworld Museum & Discovery Centre, Rotorua, New Zealand
➤ The Biblical Museum of Natural History, Beit Shemesh, Israel
➤ The Biedenharn Museum & Gardens, Monroe, Louisiana
➤ Center for Judaic Studies and Liberty Biblical Museum (@LibertyU), Lynchburg, Virginia
➤ Freer and Sackler Galleries of the Smithsonian Institution (@FreerSackler), Washington, DC
➤ The Gustav Jeeninga Museum of Bible and Near Eastern Studies (@AndersonU), Anderson, Indiana
➤ Malé Muzeum Bible, Pelh?imov, Czech Republic
➤ Museum of Biblical Art, New York, New York
➤ Museum of Biblical History, Collierville, Tennessee
➤ The Shrine of the Book, Jerusalem, Israel
➤ The Susan Dunleavy Collection of Biblical Literature (@ConnellyLibrary), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
➤ Tennessee Family Bible Project, Nashville, Tennessee
➤ Torah Animal World, Brooklyn, New York
➤ Treasuring the Word, Sevierville, Tennessee
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