Billy Graham Museum Overview
The Billy Graham Museum, located on the campus of Wheaton College (25 miles west of downtown Chicago), hosts between 35,000 and 40,000 guests per year. The Museum has been in operation since 1980 and is open most days of the year. The Museum is an inspirational component of the Wheaton College Billy Graham Center, dedicated to training Christ-followers in sharing Gospel witness.
When you visit the museum, you will enjoy a unique visual overview of the history of Christian evangelism and its influence on American society. We are a family-oriented museum, with rare artifacts and interactive displays that begin with the early history of America and climax with a powerful walk-through presentation of the Gospel message. The museum consists of 20,000 square feet of permanent and temporary exhibit space.
The Billy Graham Museum provides visitors with an experience that extends their understanding of the good news about Jesus Christ, whether becoming aware of God's offer of his love through Jesus, being inspired to follow Christ, or growing in desire and ability to share the gospel. The Museum offers an inviting, informative, and inspiring experience for the general public on the story of evangelism in North America, especially the ministry of Billy Graham.