“Who Is the Man of the Shroud?” museum-quality exhibition is permanently housed at Pilgrim Center of Hope in San Antonio, Texas.
- Explore an unsolved mystery—the most studied relic in the world; an ancient, linen cloth bearing the image of a tortured and crucified man’s body. Who do you say he is?
- Get up-close with re-creations of torture instruments used on the man. Walk through panels detailing the Shroud’s history, into scientific discoveries of our modern era.
- See a full-size, certified replica of the Shroud of Turin and full-size, illuminated photographic negatives of the Shroud image.
- Examine – and even touch – the bronze sculpture “The Body of the Man of the Shroud” by Prof. Luigi Mattei based on the three-dimensional data contained in the Shroud image.
Plan Your Visit
Pilgrim Center of Hope: 210-521-3377
Fridays 10:00am-4:00pm (some closures)
No Cost to the Public
There is no fee required, but your donations are welcomed as they help sustain and develop the exhibition.
Individuals & Small Groups
You are welcome to come at your leisure. Calling ahead is helpful toward a maximum experience.
Groups Larger Than 14 Persons
Due to facility size, please call ahead to arrange your visit.
See video below for what groups can experience. We may be able to arrange a special time for your group.
Exhibition Permanent Location
Pilgrim Center of Hope
7680 Joe Newton, San Antonio, TX 78251
Church & Faith-Based Groups
Schedule a special time for your group to see the exhibition. We can also include a presentation with Q&A.
Hear about the experience in the video below.