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Biblewalk Hosts Open House During Week of Christmas

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  Original Published: 12/22/2013

Ohio's only life-size wax museum is opening its doors this holiday season in the spirit of the holiday.

Julie Mott-Hardin explains the reason for the season, and why Biblewalk is the go-to place for Christmas.

As she explains, "We wanted to give people an opportunity to truly keep Jesus in the Christmas season." She paused momentarily. "We all have Christmas memories. And we all have Christmas wishes...this Christmas, think of Biblewalk as your present with a big, red ribbon wrapped around it. And you're the only one that can come here, walk through those hallways, and open up this special gift that God has for you." 

Biblewalk is open Monday, December 23 through Saturday, December 28, and runs from 10 AM to 5 PM. Biblewalk is closed Christmas Day.

   
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