Museum of the Bible is a 430,000-square-foot nonprofit museum that invites all people, no matter the religion or absence thereof, to engage with the Bible, its history, narrative and impact. Just three blocks from the Capitol in Washington, D.C. you can visit a unique permanent collection that includes antiquities, such as previously unpublished New Testament fragments, third-century manuscripts, the oldest known copy of Romans Chapter 5:1, the world's largest private collection of Torah scrolls, Dead Sea Scroll fragments, Medieval manuscripts, Reformation-Era Artifacts and many other objects. The Museum offers a personal and immersive unparalleled experience, using cutting-edge technology and design. The museum's lead architect is David Greenbaum, FAIA of SmithGroupJJR – one of the world’s largest and oldest (est.1853) architectural firms, so take note of the amazing features in this world-class museum from the 40-foot-tall bronze doors at the entrance to the roof-top garden and everything in-between. Opening November 2017.