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With a Mighty Hand: The Art and History of the Passover Haggadah

February 28-May 16, 2020

Passover is a time of remembrance and celebration. Experience this rich tradition through a selection of the most beautifully illuminated Haggadahs from the past 500 years.
Spring 2020

Passover and Easter

Museum of the Bible wishes you and yours a healthy and happy Passover and Easter.
Special Update

Museum of the Bible Dead Sea Scrolls Collection

Take an in-depth look at the scientific research sponsored by Museum of the Bible on our Dead Sea Scrolls fragments.
Permanent Exhibition

Easter Morning

See a Tiffany stained glass window of the resurrected Jesus on Easter morning. Jesus is in the center, clothed in brilliant white, his face radiant.

Pvt. George R. Rome’s Personal New Testament

Rome was born in 1835 to free African American parents. In 1863, he became one of nearly 180,000 African American soldiers to enlist in the Union Army. He received this Bible, which was a source of strength to him throughout the war, and which he also used as a makeshift diary. It symbolizes the close connection soldiers often made between their faith and the war.