The museum is an architecturally pleasing venue with some eye-catching imaginative installations. The Dead Sea Scrolls exhibition was an elaborate presentation that illuminated the historical significance of the relics and scroll fragments. Nice personal touches such as live narration involved the viewer, which is helpful since the subject matter is fairly esoteric. Large blowups of the site gave a real feeling of the locale where the treasures were discovered. Only small disappointment was that none of the scrolls themselves were present, only small pieces, but they are probably too fragile and priceless to travel.
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