500 Tingley Avenue
Mansfield, OH 44905

US 30 to SR 545 N, follow sign

BIBLEWALK is Ohio's only life-sized wax museum and home to the state's only Christian Dinner Theatre, "Dinner With Grace".  BIBLEWALK features 70 life-sized dioramas accompanied with special effects and an audio text that will guarantee an experience of a lifetime.  The tours include: The Life of Christ (60 min), The Miracles of the Old Testament (60min), Heart of the Reformation (30 min), and The Museum of Christian Martyrs (30 min).  Also on display are woodcarvings, American votive folk-art, and rare Braille Bibles.  BIBLEWALK is wheelchair accessible.

Coming 2014 formerly seen at Christus Gardens, "The Walk of the Parables."

  • Admission for Life of Christ & Miracles of the Old Testament:  $5.50 for adults, $5.25 for Senior Citizens, $4.50 for students (6-18).  $27.00 for family rate. 
  • Admission for Heart of Reformation & Museum of Christian Martyrs:  $4.75 for adults, 4.50 for Senior Citizens, $3.75 for students, $23.00 for family rate.
  • All four tours: $20.50 / $20.00 w/discount for adults, $19.50 / $19.00 w/discount for Seniors, $16.50 /$16.00 w/discount for students, $100.00/$90.00 w/discount for family pkg. 
  • Credit Cards: MasterCard, Visa

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To redeem a LOCAL DEAL, show this deal page on your phone or tablet at the local business.

  • Buy one get one FREE tour of lesser or equal value
    Valid June, July, Aug 2014


Valid May 16th - 18th 2014
Mention Tough Mudder to get these MUD DEALS. Some deals require proof of participation in the event.

  • Buy one get one FREE tour of lesser or equal value
    Valid June, July, Aug 2014


Valid race weekends only.
You must show your valid event weekend Mid Ohio Sports Car Course ticket/credential to get these deals.

  • Buy one get one FREE tour of lesser or equal value
    Valid June, July, Aug 2014

Comments (4) - Post a Comment
The Biblewalk was very disappointing. The Old Testament was out of sequence. The New Testament had some very controversal presentations. There was no assistance for those who are deaf. Just another tourist trap.
john conlon at 4:30pm EDT - July 9, 2009
Biblewalk was a breath of fresh air and by no means should you miss this when you are in the area.The plays that they had when I was there made your heart sing.The Art work that went into the place made you wonder about how in the heck did they do that? I really loved the place
LESLIE SCHEIDLER at 10:02am EDT - July 30, 2009
I love BibleWalk, it is very nicely done!
Alisha at 1:31am EDT - April 9, 2010
I visited Biblewalk with my parents and cousins and it was an absolutely rewarding trip. The displays were life like and added visual effect to the scriptures. The narration was strong and my parents and cousins enjoyed the experience. It was cost efficient and my parents (in their late 40s), my cousins (10 and 12) and myself (20) had a wonderful time.
Dwayne at 12:01am EST - November 29, 2011

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