Friday, March 12, 2010

Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibit Now Open

Share in the Discovery of a Lifetime

Experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness one of the greatest archaeological finds of the 20th century—the Dead Sea Scrolls, which include the earliest known Biblical writings.
These 2,000 year-old, authentic text fragments are steeped in scientific, religious, and cultural significance. The Science Museum's one-of-a-kind exhibition invites visitors to learn about the science behind the Dead Sea Scrolls, and to reflect upon their significance.
The Dead Sea Scrolls tickets are timed and dated. Prices include the exhibition, admission to the museum's other exhibit galleries, and a Dead Sea Scrolls audio tour, which features adult and family versions. Advance reservations are recommended for this exhibition and the Omnitheater.
Members save more during June If you are a Science Museum member, you will be able to save 65% by viewing The Dead Sea Scrolls during June.


Gregg Metcalf said...

I would really like to see them. What a wonderful opportunity some will have to see them.

Adam Omelianchuk said...

I am going to try and see this on the night of Dr Wise's lecture. Will you be there?

abcaneday said...

I won't be at his lecture. Since I'm a SMM member, I might wait until June to get the greater discount. I will have more time to do the tour then.

All the tickets for Dr. Wise's lecture were taken with calls for more. So, a second and now a third date for repeats are being scheduled. Who knew that it would be so popular?

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