Midtown / Vanderbilt

The Upper Room Chapel and Museum

The chapel features an 8' x 17' wood carving of "The Last Supper" copied from Leonardo da Vinci's painting and an 8' x 20' stained glass window with a...

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About This Spot
The Upper Room Chapel, home of the daily devotional guide, features Christian art portraying the Biblical upper room stories of The Last Supper and Pentecost. The chancel’ s life size woodcarving of The Last Supper, identical walnut altar table and side tapestries recreate Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper. A 9,000 piece stained glass window richly presents stories of Pentecost, Jesus, his followers and heroes of faith. Permanent museum exhibits include, paintings, illuminated manuscripts, and furniture from the 12th through 21st century. Featured from March to May, hand designed Ukrainian Eggs, bronze sculptures and paintings reflect Lenten/Easter themes. From mid November through January are 130 international nativity scenes and paintings. Free bus and car parking.
Accessibility
Handi cap parking, chair lift exterior and elevator for inside access, ramps
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Amenities
Wireless Internet
Smoke Free
No Alcohol
Guided Tours
compDriver
Comped Bus Parking
Admission Fee
$0.00 fee $5.00 donation
Hours
M-F 8:00 - 4:30
Minimum Age
all ages
Pets allowed
dogs on a leash
Reservations
desired for groups