Well worth visiting. Not only is the Holy Grail (if not the actual Holy Grail, which is not proven, it is very old) on display, the chapel is very old and the space feels very holy, for believers and non-believers alike. Wish we could have gotten closer to the Holy Grail itself but it was still a special experience and worth the visit.
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