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Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition

3800 Parry Avenue, Dallas

$19.50 for Admission for Two to Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition ($32 Value)

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Highlights

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

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Janhelpful reviewer
2 ratings2 reviews
September 24, 2017
we attended the next to last day it was on exhibit. The staff were friendly and very helpful. I had no problem using the groupon. The exhibit was spectacular. Even easy for my Mom to get in the building even in a wheelchair. Location at the fair was easy to get to.
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Dianatop reviewer
28 ratings10 reviews
July 19, 2017
It was a great display. Enjoyed it thoroughly.
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Karri
2 ratings2 reviews
March 1, 2017
Small but nice
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dantop reviewer
21 ratings15 reviews
February 4, 2017
Great exhibition and we would love to see similar ones in the future. Good audio guides available too.
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Joan
2 ratings2 reviews
January 22, 2017
It was magnificent. The panels were large enough to see all the detail. I was very excited to attend this exhibition.
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Tyler
10 ratings2 reviews
January 17, 2017
Amazing!
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Tinatop reviewer
17 ratings14 reviews
January 15, 2017
The exhibit was nice, but not great. First, upon arrival, there was a long line at 2:00 p.m. With only one employee at the desk. It was very unorganized even when another employee came to help, he called customers over to his side to help move the line, but never waited on them. Thus, they had to move back into line ahead of me. This kept happening, so I said something about it. Then when I finally got to the front of the line, my groupon was not showing up on my laptop. So, I had to ask for the wifi password to get back into the Groupon. A man in the line next to me asked about the groupon, and I said I didn't recommend it since it had taken so long in the line. Then, the lady working the line that had been skipping me was very rude by saying that my rudeness wasn't helping things go any faster. I couldn't believe it. So maybe my frustration before even entering the exhibit caused my feelings to be swayed. Another thing that was surprising was that they did not have a wheelchair for a customer that came on crutches. The exhibit was nice and they also had a 20 minute video if you want to watch it. They also offered audio tours for an extra $2 which I thought was kind of cheap to charge for since the biblical arts center doesn't charge for their audio tour.
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Rodtop reviewer helpful reviewer
53 ratings46 reviews
January 14, 2017
It was an outstanding experience. The cost of handheld speakers was an additional $2 and well worth the cost, but I would have gladly paid the additional cost when buying the entry tickets instead of standing in line with ticket buyers.
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About This Deal

The Deal

The exhibit is open Thursday through Sunday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires Jan 8, 2017. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Not valid in combination with any other offers or discounts. Must use in 1 visit. Valid only for option listed. The exhibit is open Thursday through Sunday from 10am until 6pm. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel: The 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.