Source: The Washington Post
By Peggy McGlone
When the Museum of the Bible throws open its bronze doors Nov. 17, it will invite the world to engage with the Great Book free.
But not everyone will get in.
Washington’s newest museum is expecting capacity crowds for its opening celebration, beginning with a formal dedication Friday and stretching through the weekend. All of the timed tickets for Saturday and Sunday have been distributed, officials said, and most weekend tickets have been snapped up through mid-December. Midweek spots are available as soon as Monday afternoon.
Advance tickets are available free on the museum website. They are not required for entry, but they will take the gamble out of a visit, officials said.