We had done some brief research before visiting and expected more info once we were there. It's $8pp to get in and they give you a small brochure with minimal background. We had to use our phone to google more in-depth details of what we were looking at.
The place is peaceful...our day was not busy and we had plenty of time to explore at our pace and light a couple candles. The chapel was closed but when my husband tried to peek in, a staff member willingly opened it and turned the lights on for us. Overall, a very cool experience and worth the time spent.
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