Museum of Biblical Art

Museum of Biblical Art in Texas

Since its founding in 1966 by Mattie Caruth Byrd, The Museum of Biblical Art Dallas has greeted over 50,000 visitors annually as a beautiful space where Biblically-themed art is exhibited. Re-built and re-opened in 2010 after a fire in 2005, the Museum continues to uphold its legacy as a distinguished institution in the arts and education community of Dallas-Fort Worth. The beautifully remodeled Museum boasts eleven galleries, The National Center for Jewish Art, an on-site Art Conservation Lab, Via Dolorosa Sculpture Garden, and other major pilgrimage attractions. The Museum offers myriad programs, field trips, and events for art appreciators of all ages, backgrounds, and beliefs. We love to talk about our artwork! The Museum of Biblical Art offers docent-led tours and self-guided audio tours year-round so that visitors may learn about exhibitions in greater depth. We hope you will take advantage of these resources again and again. There's always something new to discover!

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