Shroud Exhibit Vision

©1978 Barrie M Schwortz Collection, STERA, Inc. | Appearing on the Shroud of Turin is a front-to-back image of a crucified man, seen with the naked eye. The Shroud’s dimensions are 14 ft. x 3.5 ft.

The National Shroud of Turin Exhibit team envisions an impactful, interactive and immersive high-tech exhibit featuring a life-size Shroud replica. We are looking to secure a street-level space in the prominent Connecticut and K Street area of downtown Washington, D.C., to attract continuous, impromptu walk-in traffic. Additionally, a ten-seat “contemplation chapel” is planned for inspired visitors to pray and reflect upon what they experienced. Our team of 14 Shroud experts are working on what Shroud of Turin exhibit visitors can expect to learn, experience and feel.

Here is a brief outline, but check back often as we develop the plan for this permanent and vitally important Shroud of Turin exhibit in Washington, D.C., with the proposed name: 

 “Shroud of Turin: World’s Greatest Mystery”


Part 1: The Beginning

Part 2: The Image on the Cloth

Part 3: Undisputed Anatomical Details of the Shroud Man

Part 4: Major Mysteries

Part 5: The Linen Cloth and What Is On It

Part 6: Shroud History pre-1352

Part 7: Shroud History 1352–Present: Highlighting the Shroud’s Documented History That Impacts the Shroud Today

Part 8: Shroud Coin and Art History

Part 9: Shroud of Turin Research Project (STURP)

Part 10: Dating Controversy - 1988 to Present

Part 11: Questions and Answers for Display Panels

Part 12: What Are the Most Cited Objections and Factual Misconceptions About the Shroud?

Part 13: Personal Reflection

Stay tuned for much more!

Our team is maximizing momentum after spearheading the exhibit about the Shroud at the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C, that was displayed from Feb. 26 – July 31, 2022. During its tenure, the exhibit was the museum’s most popular attraction, substantiating the demand for a permanent Shroud exhibit in the nation’s capital. board members were instrumental in convincing the Museum of the Bible to host an exhibit about the Shroud. SignFromGod was a sponsor for the opening event, in addition to every Shroud speaker program starting in Jan. 2020. Shown above is Myra Kahn Adams, Executive Director of SignFromGod and the National Shroud of Turin Exhibit, at the museum's Shroud exhibit opening panel on Feb. 23, 2022.

Click here to meet our 14-member team of leading Shroud experts. Shown below are three Executive Leadership members. From L to R: Russ Breault, Lisa Rowan and Dr. Cheryl White at the museum's Feb. 26, 2022 opening event.