Rich in history and with admission prices underPicture 29 ten dollars, The Museum of Biblical Art is a specialty museum for those who are interested in the mysteries of the Bible. Non-denominational, the center contains over 20,000 sq. ft. of gallery space with biblical depictions and a Bible Meditation Garden featuring a variety of native plants, trees and herbs of Israel.

In 2005, a fire destroyed nearly 2,500 works of art, including the famed “Miracle at Pentacost” painting. Not deterred by this tragedy, The Center re-opened this year with a strong mission to emphasizes Biblical figurative art illustrating the narratives of the Bible and encourage the study of classical Greco-Roman art, archaeology and architecture. Open year round and affordable, the museum not only serves as an educational and interesting afternoon, but a beautiful place to hold a wedding reception, party, or meeting.