Crucifixion scene at the Woodcarving Museum.
Crucifixion scene at the Woodcarving Museum.

Walk-Thru Bibles

The Holy Bible is one popular book. Two thousand years on the best sellers list, with myriad sugarcoated "good news" and ebonics versions reaching out to everyone. Okay -- almost everyone. Aside from the motel Gideons, what kind of Bible targets the on-the-go hypertourist?

Daniel in the Lions' den, Living Bible Museum, Mansfield, Ohio.
Daniel in the Lions' den, Living Bible Museum, Mansfield, Ohio.

That's where a good walk-thru Bible attraction is handy. While Holy Lands -- of the drive-thru and walk-thru variety -- are found in various states (and states of disrepair), a promotional claim of Bible walk-thru-idness promises more. It can be a more spiritually directed experience, an opportunity to make sense of it all ... and perhaps a shot at redemption?

We're no Bible experts, but we've spent enough time perusing the Good Guide Book to sort the wheat from the chaff, tourism-wise.

Two of our favorites are the Museum of Woodcarving, Shell Lake, Wisconsin, and the Living Bible Museum, Mansfield, Ohio.

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