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Museum of Biblical Art

7500 Park Ln., Dallas

Museum of Biblical Art Visit for Two, Four, or Six (Up to 51% Off)

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Museum uses biblically influenced works to examine art history across cultures; exhibits and 11 galleries represent a range of religions

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8 ratings2 reviews
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June 24, 2022
There were several amazing pieces. The staff was knowledgeable and very friendly.
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June 23, 2022
The museum was very interesting and the staff was very helpful. I would highly recommend this museum!
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June 18, 2022
Fabulous collection of biblical arts and the very moving picture by Ron Dicanni of The Resurrection. A treasure to see!
14 ratings2 reviews
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June 14, 2022
I highly recommend this museum! It’s exhibits are exceptional!
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June 8, 2022
I strongly recommend the Museum of Biblical Art. It was a very nice place, and I love the Museum of Biblical Art. I would like to visit again in the future.
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June 2, 2022
We loved our experience. Fantastic work of art that make you think. The museum staff were amazing and freely shared interesting information many works in the museum.
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May 31, 2022
It was beautiful and the staff is so friendly and helpful. We didn't get to see it all . . But we plan to go back
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Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
May 25, 2022
Wonderful time here!
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About This Deal

Choose from Three Options

  • $16.20 for general admission for two ($30 value)
  • $30.60 for general admission for four ($60 value)
  • $44.10 for general admission for six ($90 value)

General admission grants visitors access to the museum’s assorted galleries and exhibits. The museum is closed on Mondays.

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About Museum of Biblical Art

Though each work at the Museum of Biblical Art explores themes or depicts scenes from the Bible, the museum’s mission is to provide invaluable insight into centuries’ worth of art history as guests of all backgrounds and denominations learn about art’s portrayal of Western culture. More than 11 galleries and permanent exhibits, including Mysteries, Signs and Wonders: The Art of Barbara Hines, fill the museum’s 30,000 square feet of space, beckoning visitors to interpret installations ranging from paintings and sculptures to rare books and lithograph, with notable artists including Andy Warhol, Marc Chagall, Michelangelo, and John Singer Sargent. In addition to The National Center for Jewish Art, an on-site conservation lab, pilgrimage attractions, and watercolors of archaeological holy sites, the MBA also festoons its walls with works by African-American and Hispanic artists that analyze the same biblical themes, albeit from a different cultural perspective.

One of the museum’s permanent fixtures is a life-size bronze casting of Michelangelo’s Pietà, which was authorized by the Vatican and created by a Florentine foundry that practices the same wax-casting technique formerly used by Renaissance artists. Additionally, lithographs by Marc Chagall depict his interpretations of themes in the Old Testament, and line the colonnade leading from the Via Dolorosa Sculpture Garden to the gallery of contemporary art by supercomputers that needed to express themselves. Special exhibitions engage topics as colorful and varied as the art itself, from aging and the creative process to the evolution of the modern Biblical text, featuring artists like Vladimir Gorsky, Charles Sorlier, Marc Chagall, and Henrietta Milan.