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Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel Exhibition

22 East Buchanan Street, Phoenix

Admission for One or Two Children or Adults at Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel Exhibition (Up to 47% Off)

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Exhibition recreates one of the western world’s greatest artistic achievements, allowing visitors to experience art from a new perspective

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Heidi
1 ratings1 reviews
February 23, 2021
I really enjoyed this exhibition! It was nicely done. Perfectly spaced to allow for social distance. I enjoyed having the recorded self tour to hear more about each painting displayed. If it was still here I would visit it again, beautiful display of the art.
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KatherineTOP REVIEWER
6 ratings6 reviews
February 21, 2021
It was beautiful and my teenagers loved it.
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Shane
4 ratings4 reviews2 photos
February 20, 2021
We enjoyed the experience very much. Really appreciated that everyone wore masks and socially distance. The commentary provided through the headsets was interesting and informative. Nice to be out enjoying a cultural event after months of staying home.
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Sheila
4 ratings3 reviews
February 20, 2021
We absolutely loved it. When you are there the frescos are si far away. The exhibit brought them up close and personal.
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EstrellaTOP REVIEWER
61 ratings24 reviews
February 19, 2021
Overall great experience, however I would have recommended to limit the talking level at the front desk; or have that outside. The setting was very much like a museum so quiet voices and or no inside voices would have made the experience an excellent one.
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Lisa
5 ratings3 reviews
February 16, 2021
Loved it!!! Make sure to start with display #1 not the first One on the left... Nice done! Please do it again or more projects like this one!
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Jennifer
1 ratings1 reviews
February 16, 2021
Really enjoyed this experience. You can get through the whole exhibit in about an hour or less depending on all the reading you wanna do about the artwork.
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29 ratings28 reviews7 photos
February 16, 2021
What a wonderful experience! I didn't get a guided tour with the pre-recordings, but the signs next to the recreations had enough detail.
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  • General admission
  • Age ranges for age-specific tickets
    • Children: 6–18
  • Available dates and times
  • Valid Thursday-Sunday
  • Length: one hour

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About Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel Exhibition

Many of the painter Michelangelo's most productive years were spent within the august walls of Rome's Sistine Chapel. There, between the years of 1508-12 and again from 1534-41, the artist, often perched on cramped scaffolding or working prone on his back, created frescos that captivated the minds and spirits of onlookers for the next 500 years. At Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition, curators have recreated these great works as enormous high-definition photos, bringing them down from their closely guarded (and, in some cases, sky-high) walls and ceilings to give guests an up-close look at the master painter's work. Read on to learn more about each piece:

  • Sistine Chapel ceiling: Michelangelo's most complex work stretches across the vast ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, and depicts the stories and scriptural beliefs of the 16th-century Catholic Church. Famous scenes within this multi-paneled work include the Great Flood, the Twelve Prophets, and—most famously—the Creation of Man, which features Adam holding an outstretched finger towards the figure of God himself.
  • The Last Judgment: Located behind the altar of the Sistine Chapel stands this later work, in which Michelangelo captures the scene of the Second Coming of Christ. Angels, saints, and the souls of the faithful fill the wall-sized painting, all surrounding the central figure of Jesus arrayed in a ring of light.