The world's largest and most dramatic exhibition on the history of the bible will be in Kentucky for the next two months.
The traveling museum show known as "Ink And Blood: Dead Sea Scrolls To The English Bible" opens Friday in Lexington.
Heather French Henry is helping promote the travelling show. She says it is a unique opportunity to learn about the most printed book in history.
"The stories that go along with the bible are phenomenal; this is a $50 million exhibit with 125 artifacts.
The Ink And Bood exhibit opens Friday, June 24 and runs for 66 days. The exhibition will be at Heritage Hall West, which is connected to Rupp Arena.
Lexington will be the show's only stop in Kentucky. Ticket prices range from $8 to $16 and group rates are available.
For more information, log onto www.inkandblood.com or call 1-877-33BIBLE.
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