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I grew up in Wheaton, so when that museum came to town I was excited! The place has an area where you go out on the ledge and the background is sky blue, and wow, it sure looks like you are in the heavens!
If you are interested in church and religious history in America, you will find this museum to be worth the time to visit. I highly recommend it! I walked through and read the majority of the displays in an hour.
Very well organized museum, with multimedia and interesting presentations. Especially recommend for Christians and those who are interested in the faith. Walking through the exhibit the visitor is challenged to reflect on their faith and the way they live it. Donations suggested.
Very interesting and educational museum. Worthwhile to visit. Took me about 2 hours visited with my other 3 friends. We were late bloomer after Billy began his mission. Nice to know more about him and his God called him.
Even if you are not a person of faith, the exhibit on the history of missions is eye-opening given the impact it has had on society generally and in particularly the leading role Christians played in the abolition and other social movements.
This museum's exhibits trace the history of evangelism in the United States, culminating in an in-depth view of the ministry of Billy Graham, a Wheaton College alum.
Beautifully-presented, and educational regardless of your religious views.
Through the end of September 2016, in the lobby are...More
This small museum on the campus of Wheaton College is a delightful small museum that exhibits the life and ministry of Billy Graham. We have visited a number of times and always enjoy our visits. I would recommend seeing it if you have followed Billy...More
There was a nice art exhibit in the lobby of the museum, and the staff was friendly. A good history of Christianity in the US, and then a retrospective of Billy Graham's life. Regardless of your religious stance, this man is certainly admirable and interesting.