My husband and I went to this museum on a Sunday afternoon in mid-January. The senior rate was $10 each. There was a very knowledgeable seminary student giving a tour, so we tagged along. There were audio devices that we could have gotten or used our cell phones to listen. The art is beautiful and I would have given it 5 stars, except my husband felt that some of the pieces it was a stretch to say they were biblical. I guess he felt it should have been a ministry. It's really a museum of paintings, drawings, sculptures and objects of art with a biblical theme. There were wheelchairs available, the bathrooms were nice and clean and the gift shop was nice to browse with items from a few dollars to thousands of dollars. Everything is on one floor. We spent 2 hours and could have spent much more time than that. I would allow at least 2-3 hours to get the full effect of the museum. The staff was excellent and friendly. It is right across the street from the Northpark Mall and we walked over and had a great lunch. Really worth the time and cost.
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