After touring Flagler College (excellent) we wanted to see his church that all the tour guides talk about. A real beauty on the outside, it has some very nice elements inside. This is not an ornate church. The stained glass is pretty and colorful, but modest (and not Tiffany). The light fixtures and mahogany pews were notable. Seeing the Flagler family resting place was only through a locked gate.
It only takes a few minutes to see, if you have the time, worth a quick stop. No fee, but a dollar donation requested.
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