Sunday, July 29, 2012

Bible Museum Closes $50 Million Deal For Spot Near Washington DC's National Mall

THE HUFFINGTON POST
By Adelle Banks, RNS

WASHINGTON---Planners of a Bible museum in Washington closed a $50 million deal Thursday (July 26) on a building two blocks from the National Mall. The Museum of the Bible, a nonprofit group planning the, as yet, unnamed museum, announced it will be housed at 300 D Street, SW, in what is now the Washington Design Center, a series of showrooms of luxury home furnishings. The museum, which will likely open in 2016, will highlight the collection of the billionaire Green family of Oklahoma. That collection features more than 55,000 items including biblical artifacts ranging from Dead Sea Scrolls to Torah scrolls that survived the Holocaust. [link]

1 comment:

Ernest O. Britton said...

Cary Summers is the consultant for this bible museum, and has also worked for the hugely successful Creation Museum near Cincinnati, as well as their planned Noah's Ark project in northern Kentucky.

http://www.goddiscussion.com/98366/consultant-for-creation-museums-noahs-ark-plans-to-build-a-bible-museum-in-washington-d-c-within-the-next-four-years/