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Museum of Biblical Art, New York City

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4.2/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • Very interesting Museum with rare copies. Offers a distinctive look about religions. Has guided tour in English. You might want to schedule time.
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  • A different place, a different exhibition. Really think that it leverages more the previous space the Association that actually the Museum which is small. If you have free aganlo, but think twice if you give them time.
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  • It's a far cry from a museum. It's housed in the American Bible Society's offices. It's basically a themed art show case. I did enjoy the gallery and artist who made it possible but calling it a museu...  read more »
  • Fabulous show on contemporary garden of eden. Museum is small, convenient, has a good café in a modern décor....I really liked it.
  • This is a small museum near Columbus Circle - a bit hidden. Exhibitions are surprisingly well done. Current exhibition of African - American art influenced by Biblical narratives and African American religious traditions is amazing. Small, concentrated, and illuminating. Thanks to Leslie King Hammond for curating another great show!
  • I'm glad it was free. One room of weird stuff & one room with a weird kaleidoscope video.
  • MOBIA is now open six days a week (closed Mondays) and is FREE on Sundays!
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