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Sherry S.
Report | 2 years ago
I took 2 friends with me & we all had a wonderful visit. The staff is very knowledgeable & helpful. I would definitely recommend.
Carolyn B.
Report | 2 years ago
Wonderful learning experience. Grateful for this museum in our area. The staff was so helpful and warm and added lots of historical background to the experience. Thanks
Elizabeth M.
Report | 2 years ago
Wow, what a collection of art! it was truly amazing all the outstanding art that we viewed on our visit.
patricia h.
Report | 2 years ago
I am a Catholic, I brought a Catholic, I said there are a few anti-Catholic innuendos. That being said it reminded me of the Vatican which I have been to four times. The art is incredible. I can't imagine anything like this outside the Vatican, I was that impressed.
alison p.
Report | 2 years ago
we needed more time to 'take it all in'....very impressive and worth seeing.

From Our Editors

What began as fewer than 30 paintings hanging in two rooms has since grown into the Bob Jones University Museum & Gallery, a collection of more than 400 baroque paintings displayed in 30 galleries. The paintings—works by Rubens, van Dyck, and Murillo that date from the 14th through 19th centuries—are thoughtfully displayed in context, surrounded by furniture, sculptures, tapestries, and popular emoticons from their respective time periods. Architectural elements also add texture to the various galleries, flooding them in colorful light from stained-glass windows or framing their walls with the carved corners of fireplace mantels.

At Heritage Green, a satellite location boasts special exhibits of works pulled from the main galleries or on loan from private and public collections. Up on the second floor, interactive exhibits educate visitors of all ages on works by the old masters.

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