(Worthy News) - The Good Book is shaping up to be a good draw on the crowded landscape of museums in the nation’s capital.
The Museum of the Bible, the newest tourist attraction near the National Mall, has drawn 565,000 visitors since it opened six months ago, according to museum figures released Thursday (May 17).
While that’s less than half as many as visited the National Museum of African American History and Culture in its first six months, it’s enough to assure organizers that a robust audience is hungry for Bible-related exhibits. [ Source: Christian Headlines (Read More...) ]
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