The story of Billy Graham's rise from farm hand to perhaps the most influential evangelist in the world is a remarkable one. Throughout his long career he has spread his vision of God to hundreds of millions of people throughout the globe. You can take in his storied personal history and the effect he has had on the world at the Billy Graham Library. The Library is full of exhibitions and memorabilia which shed light on the crucial stages and the essential themes of his life's work.
Things to Do
- The main exhibition at the Library is entitled A Journey of Faith and explores Billy Graham's work through a variety of multimedia and interactive displays.
- You can explore a re-construction of the Graham family home at the Library. This reconstruction used many of the building materials which made their original home, which used to be located about four miles away. There is also a lot of old memorabilia and furnishings from the Graham family for you to explore.
- Ruth's Attic Bookstore is named after Ruth Bell Graham and aims to share her love of the written word with all visitors. A large selection of bibles, foundational works on evangelism, books written by the Graham's and their relatives and more are all on sale.
Billy Graham Library Insider Tips
- You can take a virtual tour of the site online.
- The Library is closed on Sundays.
- Although admission is free they happily accept donations. Free parking is provided. Pets are allowed at the pet area by the Library's gatehouse but are not permitted inside the facility.