My 84 year old mother has wanted to visit this place her entire life. We made the dream come true together. A very kind, young man allowed us to skip the line, as we had 3 elderly, disabled relatives with us. After paying a steep 22.00 each, my relatives sat down in the chapel just as a service was starting. I decided to do some exploring while they were resting. Although photography is strictly prohibited, I caught several people taking photos with their phones. I was standing a few feet behind the chairs in the service, when I pulled out my phone to check the time. An employee came up to me, and chastised me like I was a five year old. He said, "PUT THAT AWAY! You're in a church service!" How very Christian. As an educated 56 year old woman, I did not appreciate that kind of treatment. However, it validated my views about the hypocrisy of the church. That message could have been delivered in a much kinder manner. When the rude man turned to walk back to his post, 2 people snapped several photos, taking advantage of his back being turned. He may want to pick his battles more carefully in the future. At the least, there should be signs in the chapel warning people not to so much as look at their phones. I'm glad my mom and I got to experience this exquisite building. I just wish I had received the "Christian" treatment that every guest deserves.