Beautiful architecture with interesting history. Docent on duty to explain the meaning of the murals, etc. and history. Very knowledgeable. No fees, but donation request is appreciated and appropriate.
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A free attraction. Beautiful church built by Henry Flagler in memory of his daughter and grand daughter. No expense was spared in the construction of this church, including the organ, stained glass windows and the mausoleum with Henry Flagler, his first wife, his daughter and...More
This is the Church my family attends, and I am always amazed by how beautiful it is. I recommend that anyone visit this historical and beautiful Church.
This church is stunning. The story is moving and the feeling I felt after leaving was eternal. No trip to the area is complete without visiting this church.The architecture is very impressive and I want to go back soon to spend more time at the...More
Built within one year in memory of his daughter Jenny , Henry Flagler spared no expense to make this church both gorgeous and inviting. Take the time to wait for the docents full tour! It's a neat story of love and dedication. It is also...More
This church felt like some of the magnificent cathedrals I have visited in Europe. The stained glass windows are so incredible. And the pipe organ .... have been to a concert here and the music from the organ is nothing less than ethereal. There are...More
What a beautiful structure. Built in a single year by Standard Oil Magnate Henry Flagler as a memorial to his daughter, the structure is simply amazing. Couple a visit here with visits to Flagler College (across the street) and the Lightner Museum, and you will...More
This church built by Henry Flagler in memory of his daughter is built much like many Catholic churches in Europe and elsewhere. No expense was spared for this memorial. There is a organ with 5000 pipes which we heard in concert for their Weds. noon...More
We were on a tram tour and at the driver's recommendation, got off to visit. Well worth the stop, the architecture is amazing, and combined with the Flagler family history, very interesting. Can view the interior in less than an hour and ten get back...More