This is the kind of museum where you learn some history, and the presentation is probably more important than the artifacts. There are some artifacts, but you might see such manuscripts and documents in other museums. The audio-visual presentations are what are most important here, and they are well-done. It is interesting to see how at the end they try to grapple with changing attitudes in and towards religion altogether. The Reformation was significant, and they explain differences between various Christian rites, but I wonder how many Christians today (of which I am not one) really care about the distinctions that people used to kill each other over.