Went for a visit but its closed until May 1st, nothing about this on their website. Very disappointing.
Enjoyed the beautiful colors of the Fall leaves, nice place to visit and walk around. A little bit hard to get to if you are not familiar with the area. Worth stopping by, free but leave a donation to help support.
We had no idea this existed, but were thrilled we stopped. I grew up in Europe, and visiting the Chapel in the Hills took me back to winters in Norway. The grounds are perfectly maintained, the hosts gracious and friendly, and the architecture visually stunning and emotionally moving. The entire site is tranquil and reverent. I wanted to stay for... More
Nice spot to relax and enjoy the quiet. No amusements or anything, just a nice spot. And it's free. Be sure to see the restored settler cabin to get an idea how our ancestors lived. If you can, go there just before sunset, you'll probably see the deer that come down to feed on the grass.
A great little chapel to visit and a lovely walk in the woods with markers about its history. A small gift shop offers native and handmade items.
This FREE attraction is situated in West Rapid City and is really worth about a 1 hour (maybe 2 hour) unwinding visit. Peaceful, beautiful and really not that "touristy" - Excellent place for a couple of hours.
This is an exact replica of a historic Stavkirk church in Norway. Free will donation, museum with priceless exhibits, and don't overlook the evening worship every day in the summer for weary travelers.
Ivisited the chapel in the off season after it was closed so my review is juatof the building itself and the grounds. If the inside is anything like the outside you will not be disappointed. Its an amazing wooden Norwegian building with tons of detail in its architecture. There is no admission but the chapel stays open on donations. Check... More
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