K–12 Programs

Museum of the Bible offers live, interactive educational programs for students in elementary through high school. These programs engage students with the history, narrative, and impact of the Bible through immersive experiences designed to follow standards of learning for each age group.

Virtual K–12 Programs

Virtual K–12 Programs are live, interactive programs conducted by our museum educators with the participation of living history interpreters.  

Life in First-Century Nazareth

Experience the village of Nazareth during the time of Jesus. Meet the villagers and learn about their economy, culture, daily life, and religious practices. 

This program includes a virtual tour of the World of Jesus of Nazareth exhibit with living history interpreters. Students are invited to participate in real time with Q&A as they interact with the villagers.  

This program is offered for elementary, middle, and high school students.

Revolutionary Words: The Gutenberg Press | Museum of the Bible

Revolutionary Words: The Gutenberg Press

Explore how Johannes Gutenberg made books more widely available, bringing changes to society through the development of the printing industry. Examine artifacts that reflect how books and bookmaking evolved, and watch a printing demonstration of the Gutenberg Bible. 

This program includes a virtual presentation of select galleries and artifacts on the History of the Bible Floor. The instructor provides a historical overview and invites students to participate in interactive activities, including a scribing challenge and a trivia game. The presentation also includes a pre-recorded demonstration of the Gutenberg Press.  

This program is offered for middle and high school students.

On-site Programs

K–12 Programs are interactive programs conducted by our museum educators with the participation of living history interpreters. These programs include classroom technology, guided tours, and hands-on activities related to the exhibits.

K-12 Archaeology and the Bible | Museum of the Bible

Archaeology and the Bible

Explore the work of archaeologists who uncovered remnants of ancient Israel. Discover what archaeology reveals about Jewish culture and neighboring cities during biblical times and its contribution to understanding that period. 

This program is offered for elementary and middle school students.

Life in First-Century Nazareth

Experience the village of Nazareth during the time of Jesus. Meet the villagers and learn about their economy, culture, daily life, and religious practices. 

This program is offered for elementary, middle, and high school students.

Religious Freedom and the Founding of America | Museum of the Bible

Religious Freedom and the Founding of America

Examine the story of religious freedom in America, from colonial settlement through the passing of the US Constitution. Explore topics related to religious tolerance and pluralism to understand the origins of religious freedom in the United States.  

This program is offered for high school students.

Revolutionary Words: The Gutenberg Press | Museum of the Bible

Revolutionary Words: The Gutenberg Press

Explore how Johannes Gutenberg made books more widely available, bringing changes to society through the development of the printing industry. Examine artifacts that reflect how books and bookmaking evolved, and watch a printing demonstration of the Gutenberg Bible. 

This program is offered for middle and high school students.

The Bible in the Ancient Near East | Museum of the Bible

The Bible in the Ancient Near East

Examine artifacts that contain writings from the ancient Near East. Discover what these records reveal about people and events described in the Bible, and learn how the shared traditions of Israel and other Near Eastern civilizations influenced the formation of the Bible.  

This program is offered for high school students.

The Ancient Art of the Torah Scribe | Museum of the Bible

The Ancient Art of the Torah Scribe

Explore the ancient art of writing a Torah scroll with a master scribe who will explain the tradition and religious laws that govern the copying the Torah. Practice writing letters in Hebrew with a calligraphy pen. 

This program is offered for elementary, middle, and high school students.

Booking a K–12 Program

K–12 programs are one hour in length and are offered Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Programs must be booked at least 30 days in advance of the program date.

For more information or to request a program, please contact (866) 430-MOTB or customerservice@mBible.org.

Cancellation Policy

If you need to cancel a scheduled program, please let us know at least one week in advance and we will work with you to reschedule the program. Due to any unforeseen circumstances in which Museum of the Bible closes its public operations on the day of your program, we will let you know as soon as possible and will work with you to reschedule the program.