Museum of Divine Statues

Museum of Divine Statues

Friday, November 21, 2014

Blog for Statue Restoration Website

This week we introduced a blog that focuses on the Divine Statue Restoration business you can see many examples of the restoration before and after pictures here.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

All Souls Day Celebration

TheMuseum of Divine Statues held special events in honor of All Souls Day on November 2, 2014. The museum charged half price admission ($4 instead of the regular $8). Our special guest for the day was Father Ronald Wearsch of St. Joseph Parish in Avon, OH. Father Wearsch conducted a Rosary for the visitors to the museum.

In honor of All Souls Day, the museum also offered candles for sale. We offered a one day votive candle, a seven day perpetual candle, inscribed with your loved one’s name, or you could also purchase a month of candles in honor of loved ones and the candles would remain lit from All Souls day until the first Sunday of Advent.

In addition to these special events, you could see the changes we have made at the museum including an enchanting display of Nun Dolls (on loan from the Diocese collection) and our new interactive labels that you can scan by using your smartphone or tablet (or one of our tablets available for rental for $3). We also have touchscreen kiosks that allow you to search the collection and discover more photos and read about the history of the beautiful statuary and the church it came from.

Even if you missed our All Souls celebration for this year, we are always open Sunday from 12:00 - 4:00 pm and very soon we will be decorating for the holiday season.

Sunday, October 12, 2014

A Blog Post about the Museum

St. Francis statue from statue garden - photo by Mary Gilmore

Thank you, Mary. You can follow her on Twitter at @maryegilmore

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Museum of Divine Statues Fundraiser September 27th

Museum Listed with Other Quirky Cleveland Attractions

The Museum of Divine Statues was listed in the travel section of Richmond Times-Dispatch along with the Rock Hall, The Cleveland Museum of Art, the Christmas Story House, The Playhouse Square Chandelier, and Happy Dog as a "quirky" place to visit in Cleveland - pretty good company. July 2014

Article from The Washington Times

Article from The Washington Times from 2012.

Article from The Plain Dealer

Article from The Plain Dealer from 2011.

Article from Catholics Next Door

An article from The Catholics Next Door.