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Museum of Biblical Art, Dallas

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  • June 27, 2017
    My granddaughters and I had a wonderful visit to the museum. The display of Jewish art was beautiful and informative. We were moved by the Heroes of the Holocaust section. The mural featuring Biblical...  more »
  • April 9, 2017
    Had a great time during our tour. Beautiful artifacts, painting of kinckade will always put on a smile. Had so much fun, wished it was bigger. Also the audio tracks were not working but should be fixe...  more »
  • March 12, 2017
    As always, I am amazed by how much I learn with each trip. My art professor was dazzled by the mosaic story presentation of Judith as she had taught that story as a professor. Very inspiring day for b...  more »
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  • February 13, 2017
    This was my third trip to the museum over the past 25 years. However, it was my first time since it was rebuilt after the fire. I didn't think I could have enjoyed it any more than my previous visits, but I did. Also,I highly recommend the audio tour which is FREE! Also, the staff are very friendly and accommodating.
  • June 6, 2017
    Wonderful and a must visit place and great collection of Biblical Art and pages from Bible, its a hidden gem in Dallas
  • December 26, 2016
    We had an afternoon to ourselves in Dallas and stopped by the Museum of Biblical Art. They have some amazing galleries of ancient artifacts including back to Medieval times. Most of the galleries are of Jewish art which was very interesting. Make sure you get one of the complementary audio tour devices or you will miss a lot of the history.
  • December 12, 2016
    Very interesting, have objects from both Christian and Jew tradition
  • January 5, 2016
    There's something EXTREMELY fishy when the staff say clients MUST come in to review and sign event rental contract/agreement. As an established event planner, I have never heard of a facility that will not email a contract after clients has toured property. Knowing that the facility plays a key role in a lot of decision making during wedding/event planning phase, clients should typically pay close attention to contract clauses and details. It is also inconvenient as most clients work and should not need to leave work to review and sign a contract; which can easily become a tedious process. I had a previous clients' event there in 2014 and the sales manager always seemed confused! I was hoping for a better experience only to encounter so many obstacles that raised obvious red flags. Advice if you're thinking of booking this facility..... STAY AWAY FROM SECRET CONTRACTS; HORRIBLE BUSINESS PRACTICE!

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