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This is great place to visit and view religious statues that were saved from churches that. We're closed down be aware it's small and they charge $ 10 to enter and the lower level is used to repair the other statues and you can't visit...More
This exhibit was a wonderful find. When you go, take the iPad they offer to scan the codes on the statues. Very informative and this is included with the ticket. The statues were beautiful and the stories of the Saints very interesting. Definitely worth the...More
The Museum displays statues and other items collected from closed Cleveland area churches. A variety of ethnic traditions/perspectives can be seen, all in one place. It is artistic. It is respectful of the religious nature of the works. There is a sense of spirituality here....More
We spent over an hour at this church of artifacts and statues. There are so many things of interest besides the statues. (which by the way Catholics do not idolize statues-they are just a representation/reminder of that person or what happened similar to the cross)...More
Awesome, I felt like I was in Europe. There were many beautiful items other than statues. I was told the displays change throughout the year. An hour is all the time you would need to go through the Museum.
I was completely awed by the Museum of Divine Statues. The history, the workmanship, the peace and serenity of the place itself left me speechless and amazed. Lou McClung, the founder and executive director is extremely talented and knowledgeable. Put this on your must-see list....More
The Museum of Divine Statues is a great experience for those who treasure the restoration and preservation of religious objects. There are beautiful statues and other artifacts on display. If you are fortunate enough to receive a talk by the owner, you will learn some...More
This museum, located in the decommissioned St. Hedwig Church, houses a collection of statues and other sacred artifacts from decommissioned Catholic churches in the region. Rather than see them lost, sold, or dispersed, a visionary man began to collect and restore them. What a great...More
The place is in Lakewood Ohio and many hotel nearby its2 hr flight from Boston to Cleveland Ohio airport and the place is only open Sunday limited 4 hours and closed all week the red roof has place near them and... More
The place is in Lakewood Ohio and many hotel nearby its2 hr flight from Boston to Cleveland Ohio airport and the place is only open Sunday limited 4 hours and closed all week the red roof has place near them and airport has hotel near by limited parking opens at noon Sunday no flash photos and $10 entrance fee la Quinta on west 150 th. Hotel near this place