This site had it all: helpful customer service, various structures to visit on the site, walking area for people and pets, and a fabulous museum. The site is self paced and easy to visit, with just enough information to allow you to guide yourself. The real asset is the museum, which tells a complex history of Jesuit theology within Catholicism, Native American ideas about spirituality, their encounter in the early 19th century, its effects on Catholic and traditional practices, the American context and history, ethnographic artifacts, and how life is lived now. It was beautiful rich without becoming too complex, and was fair to all. Very well done. I'd go back.
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