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We went here on a whim and I am so glad we did. All of the recreations are so life like. It’s behind a church so it would be best not to visit during services on Saturday. It’s a beautiful place to visit and is...More
An easy trip off I-75, behind a 7th Day Adventist Church. Free, there is a donation box. A delightful folk art site with amazing buildings - the Coliseum, The Notre Dame, small houses, villages -- so many details. I plan on stopping here yearly on...More
This garden is absolutely beautiful. We took my 5 year old grandchild. She loved it. All the castles and other buildings are fantastic! You can tell the people doing the construction loved what they were doing. The rocks are small and the work has to...More
This was a nice place to visit. It had nice buildings and nice little figures. Very detailed and Christ-o-centric. It is better to come in the summer than winter. A lot of the buildings were covered in water, which is hard to move around in....More
We saw this garden advertised but had a lot of trouble finding it (it’s behind church). The time & effort put into building these works of art is amazing. The garden is quiet and relaxing to visit. Definitely worth seeing.
Our GPS had a tough time finding this place so I'm glad I didn't give up looking for it. Boy was it worth it! It was only when I saw a sign nailed to a post from the Seventh Day Adventist church that I realized...More
As a member of the church there, I can tell you that people are welcome even during services, as the traffic is not disturbing to us, with the garden and garden parking way behind the church itself. Visit, tour, pray... More
As a member of the church there, I can tell you that people are welcome even during services, as the traffic is not disturbing to us, with the garden and garden parking way behind the church itself. Visit, tour, pray, picnic there during daylight hours.