The Museum of the Bible (MOTB) opened in late November and I reserved my ticket for today. The collection includes artifacts from a variety of cultures and periods. In the face of predictable criticism, the museum calls attention to the role of the Bible through historical and cultural contexts and invites visitors to whet their curiosity and ask questions. It’s an enjoyable experience and worth a visit or more.
View from the inside out
“A Taste of Israel” – pumpkin falafel, pickled vegetables, beets, marinated mozzarella and feta. Best food of any D.C. museum!
Drinking a coffee and watching the sunset on the top floor