Visit the Museums at Liberty University
Explore the pathway of Christian history and thought through the museums at Liberty University. Here, you can see a spectacular collection of rare books and Bibles. You can also learn about the roles played by religious leaders in the Civil War, take an in-depth look at the life of Liberty University founder, Dr. Jerry Falwell, and much more.
- Free admission
- Open to the public
- See links below for museum hours
Rawlings Scriptorium Museum
The Rawlings Scriptorium features a number of rare books and Bibles provided to the university by the Rawlings Foundation, including a first edition Geneva Bible, a Tyndale Bible, and more.
Civil War Chaplains Museum
Come to the National Civil War Chaplains Research Center and Museum, and learn about the role of chaplains, priests, rabbis, and religious organizations in the Civil War.
Jerry Falwell Museum
At the Jerry Falwell Museum, you’ll experience the life of one of the most significant Christians leaders of the 20th century and Liberty University’s founder, Dr. Jerry Falwell.