|Address:||7500 Park Ln, Dallas, TX 75225, USA|
|Working:||Closed 11AM–5PM 11AM–5PM 11AM–5PM 11AM–5PM 11AM–5PM 1–5PM|
Theres 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 youre thinking of booking this facility..... STAY AWAY FROM SECRET CONTRACTS; HORRIBLE BUSINESS PRACTICE!
Awful business practices at this place. Our friend had a wedding reception booked here and they called at 10AM DAY OF THE WEDDING to cancel because there was a chance of some freezing drizzle later in the day. REALLY? Put your big boy pants on and drive a little slower, its not the end of the world. Over a hundred wedding guests, caterers and a DJ made it to the backup venue without a problem but you cant send one person to unlock the doors at the Museum because there might be some mildly inclement weather... Just deplorable. Would Jesus cancel a wedding on the morning of? No, I think hed turn some water into wine and get the party started.
The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. There were a lot more modern pieces than we expected. Only one hall was dedicated to earlier pieces. Notably Michael Angelos Pieta and Moses. There was a really cool section on different bibles including a test page of Gutenberg Bible, The Wycliff Bible, Martin Luthers Bible and various foreign language bibles. Our least favorite section was the "Temptation", mostly paintings of donuts (desserts). The gift shop had a good variety of things, even non religious items. Definitely a place to swing by if youre in town or a fan of religious art.
El muro de la resurrección conecta mi alma a Dios. Y el Tapete de los siglos es un reto de conocimiento cultural. Lo recomiendo altamente. Nota: Es arte bíblico y tiene influencia de distintos credos.
There is one painting that is worth the whole trip - The Resurrection Mural. This awesome painting by Ron DiCianni is such a thought provoking and beautiful depiction of the truth of the most signicant event in all of human history. This painting was done exclusively for the museum. He took two years to paint it and he prayed about how he should paint it. Its so great. Its huge.
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.
While visiting our daughter in Texas, my husband and I visited this museum. We enjoyed it very much and learned things that really surprised us. Our tour guide was very nice gentlemen. We even learned more from the audio presentation on some of items. If you have any interest in Biblical history it is well worth a visit.
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 didnt 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.
Great experience, a must see if you are a christian in Dallas, be sure to get the audio tour to get the full experience, staff really halpful too. I am glad to see a christian symbol like that in town, just wish it was bigger and included more exhibits...will be back there again
A Private User
Here is some updated information. The hours at the museum are: Monday: Closed Tuesday-Saturday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sunday: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Admission Prices: $12 Regular Admission $10 Seniors 65 and over with valid ID $10 Students with Valid ID Kids 5 and under: Free
Limited amount of classical pieces. Majority of works are modern. Photography not allowed at all. Gift does not offer item related to art in museum.
Stuff are all very friendly. Nice collection. Nice and feel good environment. A place you can get inspirations and feel Gods present.
Santhosh Prabhakar J
Wonderful and a must visit place and great collection of Biblical Art and pages from Bible, its a hidden gem in Dallas
Beautiful museum! A must see! Take a few hours and spend a few bucks to marvel at these creations!
I would not say that going there was a waste of time, but I had higher expectations.
Staff very friendly loved the your a place I will look forward to coming back to!!
Martha G. Verdin
Very interesting, have objects from both Christian and Jew tradition
Very educative! They have a nice event center in there too...
Loved visiting this museum. The staff was excellent
Always something new and the tours are great!
The life of Jesus presented in sculpture.
Love going to see beautiful things
This museum is a hidden gem!
Awesome. A must see in Dallas
one of the best in Dallas.
I love him