Amsterdam is one of the most museums in the world and it is a very different experience for a very religious person like us to visit the Bible museum and have a deeper understanding of the religious aspects
The religion belongs to the layman, but the Bible Museum is a very beautiful building with a history of more than one hundred years. There are many precious cultural relics and materials about the Bible. It is worth visiting
[Scenery] This garden is very beautiful and very relaxing. We are a bit disappointed with the Bible Museum because it is actually only located on the top floor of this building. The museum provides an audio guide, but in fact there are only a few places you can press to hear about the exhibits-there are many exhibits with no explanation in English at all. The museum area is also very small, and there is not much to learn from the exhibits. It would be more helpful if there was a small English guide book.
The museum houses bibles and other Jewish and Christian religious objects, including the oldest bible printed in the Netherlands. In addition, it also collects ancient Egyptian archaeological artifacts discovered in the 19th century: oil lamps, clay tablets, pottery and coin fragments, giving people the impression of ancient Egyptian religious life. There are also models of ancient Jewish temples, including models of the temples of Solomon and Herod, and models of the Tabernacle of the 19th century, which contain the ark of the covenant depicted in the Hebrew Bible. Part of the exhibition is called "Children's Story Loft", which uses light and sound to tell biblical stories, including scenes from Egypt, Jerusalem and the wilderness.
The Bible Museum is in our collection. As the free "Bible" comes, all the scriptures are different versions of the "Bible". Its history can also be seen here.