Crescentville United Methodist Church Fundraiser
Day Trip to the








Museum of the Bible, Washington DC
Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Cost per adult $ 70.00
$ 65.00 for children 10 & under


Itinerary:
    7:15 AM      Depart Crescentville UMC
Approx. 10:30 AM   Drop Off   Washington DC Bible Museum
                              400 4th St SW, Washington, DC  20024
                5:30 PM        Pick Up at Museum of the Bible
Approx.  8:30 PM    Drop Off at Crescentville UMC

Rest Stop on the way down and on the way home.

Included in cost of trip:
Motor coach Transportation by Starr Transit Company, Inc.
Admission to Museum of the Bible
20% discount on one item in the Bible Museum Gift Shop.
Snacks & bottled water onboard Motor coach.

All Meals at own expense.

Deposit of $ 35.00 due by July 29th
Balance due by August 26th


For reservations please contact the Sue Snyder   215-885-7069
Please make checks payable to Crescentville UMC

Located just two blocks from the National Mall and three blocks from the nation’s Capital, the
430,000-square-foot Museum of the Bible will amaze you from the moment you enter through the
40-foot-tall bronze doors at the entrance to the roof-top garden and restaurant, and everything
in-between.  Floor by floor you are invited to explore and experience the history, narrative, and
impact of the Bible through the use of cutting-edge technology.  The Museum has three permanent
sections, space for temporary exhibits, libraries, a children’s area, gift shop, a 500-seat theater
and much more.  Generously, several of the world’s most prominent private collections of biblical
objects and artifacts have contributed to the creation of the Museum collections.  

Restaurants at the Museum
Milk + Honey Café
The café features Churchill Coffee, a small batch roaster located in Springfield, Missouri. Their
coffees are roasted in the Old World-style barrel roasters, modified to allow our roast master
exceptional control of the process.
The coffee menu includes artisan coffee flavors, espresso drinks and teas. You can also enjoy
grab-and-go sandwiches, salads and hummus with pita chips. Dessert offerings include soft-serve
ice cream and yogurt along with a rotating assortment of house-made baked goods like chocolate
streusel cakes, cinnamon date buns, honey-glazed apple fritters, maple cranberry scones, and
much more.

Manna
Enjoy a unique restaurant experience at Manna, Chef Todd Gray’s new, fast-casual concept where
he connects you to history through food. Drawing upon the complex flavors and vibrant spices of
the Mediterranean, as well as Gray’s passion for all things seasonal, the menu includes falafel,
which is made of seasonally changing ingredients like green garlic, sweet peas, or roasted kabocha
squash; pistachio and golden lentil hummus; flatbreads with fig and walnut toppings; as well as
grain bowls and stews. While the menu focuses heavily on fresh, seasonal vegetables it also
includes items such as rotisserie lamb and fish.

For more information and photos, go to their website:
https://www.museumofthebible.org/









The National Museum of African American History and Culture is the only national museum
devoted exclusively to the documentation of African American life, history, and culture. It was
established by Act of Congress in 2003, following decades of efforts to promote and highlight
the contributions of African Americans. To date, the Museum has collected more than 36,000
artifacts and nearly 100,000 individuals have become members.

If you wish to also visit the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History &
Culture, it is 1.3 miles from the Museum of the Bible (about a 30 minute walk).   

The Museum has announced Walk-Up Weekdays in September. Individuals may enter the museum
on a first-come, first-served basis Monday through Friday for the entire month of September.


IN THE AREA of the Museum of the Bible


Meals
There are many restaurants and food trucks where you can purchase food.  If you want to plan
your meal stops ahead of time, we suggest that you visit the tripadvisor.com website and search
for restaurants near the Museum of the Bible.

Distance of other sites from the Museum of the Bible

White House 2.3 miles

United States Botanic Garden Sprawling grounds featuring exotic flora plus conservatory, rare
plants gallery & butterfly garden  .5 mile   

MONUMENTS & MEMORIALS ON THE NATIONAL MALL

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial   1.9 miles
Korean War Veterans Memorial   1.9 miles
Thomas Jefferson Memorial   1.3 miles
Vietnam Veterans Memorial   1.9 miles
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial   1.7 miles
World War II Memorial   1.4 miles
Lincoln Memorial   2 miles  
Washington Monument   1.3 miles
The Washington Monument is closed until spring 2019.
The National Park Service is modernizing the elevator to increase long term reliability and
safety.


SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS     (partial list)

Smithsonian Castle Known as the Castle this 1855 building serves as an information center for
visitors to the Mall.  .6 mile
National Air and Space Museum  Museum documenting the history of aviation & space exploration,
with displays of vehicles & more  .2 mile

Museum of the American Indian Artifact exhibits & modern interactive displays examine the
history & culture of Native Americans  .3 miles

Museum of Natural History From dinosaur exhibits to displays of rare gems, this acclaimed
museum celebrates the natural world. .9 mile