Hello educational travelers!

I hope everyone is having a wonderful Friday and looking forward to this holiday weekend. Jeff  is back with another post that’s perfect for this Easter.


Educational tours to Washington, D.C. should look forward to November of this year when the Museum of the Bible will open to the public. Located just three blocks south of the U. S. Capitol, it will stand eight stories high and have 430,000 square feet dedicated to the Bible. The structure will be the most technologically advanced museum in the world providing guests with an immersive and personalized experience as they explore the history, narrative, and impact of the Bible on their student tours to Washington, D.C.

Educational student tours to Washington, D.C. will first find the Narrative floor where the adventure and drama of the Bible come to life in riveting presentations. Visitors will walk through the narratives of the Hebrew text from Genesis to Chronicles and then through first-century Nazareth, ending with the New Testament. Next is the History floor, showcasing archaeological discoveries through modern cinematic storytelling. It features more than 500 world class artifacts that document the Bible’s preservation over centuries.

Educational tours to Washington, D.C. will then experience the Impact floor which explores the Bible’s impact over time on cultures, civilization, and daily life, including its profound influence on fine arts, science, government, and more. Visitors are invited to share their own stories on their educational tours to Washington, D.C. at the Museum of the Bible.

Have a Happy Easter,