Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Join us in celebrating The Night of the Child Nativity Exhibit!


The birth of Christ is told through the eyes of more than 30 cultures in 100 plus nativity scenes at The Upper Room Chapel and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee. Exquisite porcelains and wood carvings to whimsical papier-maché, field stone and even bread dough tell this universal story.

New this year are scenes from the Maasai from Africa, Mayan of Central America, and wood craft from Indiana. The Madonna and Child gallery leads you from the announcement to Mary of the child Jesus through His birth, paintings range from 14th  to the 20th centuries.
Llama, buffalo, cats, dogs, cows and donkeys all gather at the manger standing guard over the precious child tucked snuggly in the hay. 

You are invited to visit this holy child in the manger. 

Monday – Friday 8:00 – 4::30

closed weekends and holidays, including Dec 24-26.


The Upper Room Chapel and Museum

1908 Grand Avenue, Nashville, TN 37212.

There is no admission fee however a suggestion donation of $4.00 is greatly appreciated.

Come and celebrate The Night of the Child!

To give a donations to The Upper Room Chapel and Museum, click here.