If you love churches, history, and architecture. Even if you're not religious or spiritual, the story is worth it enough.
This was the first stop of many on our four week road trip. And worth every 100*+ minutes we stayed there.
There are no words to describe the quiet and stillness of the church. Even though people are going going about their business there is a sense of calm that hangs in the air and shuts out everything else. It's hot in there, so you may have to seek the gift shop to find shelter from the heat - they welcome it.
The museum is informative and you can take the used glass candle holders home with you. I love that they up-cycle them in such a way that it becomes memorabilia for someone else.
Be sure to climb the hill behind the property as well. There are hidden gems hidden all around with prayers and candles for so many.
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