If you like visiting historical sites, especially something a little different from the typical museum or house tour, I recommend you give this a try. It was the location of a small religious sect which declined after its leader passed away. The movie shown provided a good basis for understanding how it evolved, and the tour guide did an excellent and entertaining job of explaining what their daily lives were like and how the community functioned. A number of buildings still stand and the grounds provide an opportunity to get some exercise and enjoy the outdoors. The self-guided tour by phone was informative and allowed you to move at your own pace. They are open on Sundays when many places in the area are closed.
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