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This was quite moving. Regardless of religious affiliation or belief it would be hard not to feel some spiritual connection. While it is low key it still very interesting. There are rows of Buddha statues that fan out from the large ornate Buddha statue in...More
We came here specifically to see the garden. Beutiful grounds and amazing arcitecture / culture. Not a long visit for us, but would love to come back in the summer. Truley a must stop if driving by, and certainly worth our 2 hour drive.
This is a beautiful garden/shrine in the middle of rural western Montana. I arrived near sunrise (it was still closed), but since locked gates and guard dogs seem particularly anti-Buddhist, I wandered inside quietly.
This is what all 'religious' shrines should be: quiet, beautiful, and...More
Walking the garden provides a peaceful opportunity for contemplation. The garden is set in the valley surrounded by pine groves with quotes from Buddha's throughout. Take the time to walk the garden clockwise and respectfully.
This treasure is hidden in small community Arlee, Montana. It was a pleasure to watch it being built and to visit often. You will love the labyrinth and gardens.
The thousand buddhas are hand made and waiting for you to visit. Be sure and bring...More
This place is really amazing. I didn't count all the statues of Buddha, but it would not surprise me if there were even MORE than one thousand! I particularly liked the koi pond.
Although in the mountains, this place is completely flat. No admission is...More
This is a very special place. Everything about the garden is beautifully conceived and designed. It is a quiet, peaceful, inspiring place to visit. Make sure to leave several hours to walk the entire garden, read the quotes and visit the lovely gift shop.