DC’s Museum of the Bible

The Museum of the Bible is a brand new addition to the collection of top-notch museums here in Washington, DC. This museum transports you to the Biblical times and takes you through the history of the stories and how they were written and compiled into the most published book in the world. After a night at our relaxing DC hotel, hop on the Metro and in just a few minutes you can experience and explore the Museum of the Bible. 

The museum is broken into three sections: The Hebrew Bible, New Testament Theater and Washington Revelations. In The Hebrew Bible section you will get to experience the stories of the Hebrew Bible through the lens of a family that struggled with each other and with their God.  The New Testament Theater features early Christians recounting the extraordinary story of how the followers of Jesus turned into a massive religious community. Lastly, the Washington Revelations is a panoramic flight over the nation’s capital as it takes a look at the biblical texts and verses that are inscribed on our landmarks. 

How can I visit? The museum is open everyday from 10 am to 5 pm. The museum is a pay-what-you-wish place, meaning you choose the donation amount you would like to contribute when you arrive. The suggested donation amount is $15. You can reserve tickets online or there is also walk-up admission 

Where is it located? Just outside of the National Mall, the Museum of the Bible is situated at the crossroad of Virginia Ave and 4th St NW at 400 4th St NW. It is directly next to the Federal Center SW Metro Station (Silver, Yellow, Blue line), which makes it easy to get to from most of the DC neighborhoods. 


When you come to Washington, DC to visit the Museum of the Bible, be sure to book a room at our charming DC B&B! 

Shannon Stiles, Innkeeper at American Guest House

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