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Garden of One Thousand Buddhas, Arlee

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The Garden of One Thousand Buddhas is a spiritual site near Arlee, Montana, within the Flathead Indian Reservation in Lake County, Montana. Under construction in 2012, the monument portion of the site is 750 square feet (70 m2) in area and the surrounding garden is spread across 10 acres (4.0 ha) of land. It is intended to be a pilgrimage destination for the Western hemisphere and is expected by its builders to become a major place of worship for people of many faiths. It is free to the public and will feature over one thousand statues.
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  • In our travels we like to visit unique places, slightly off the beaten path, and these gardens were an excellent choice. Very serene, calming, meditative. 
    In our travels we like to visit unique places, slightly off the beaten path, and these gardens were an excellent choice. Very serene, calming, meditative.  more »
  • What many people may not realize is this is an actual practicing Buddhist Center and school with the added bonus of this beautiful park open to the public to visit for free (donations are accepted... 
    What many people may not realize is this is an actual practicing Buddhist Center and school with the added bonus of this beautiful park open to the public to visit for free (donations are accepted...  more »
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  • A very peaceful and a wonderful place!!! Has a tranquil atmosphere and so much to look at! You can either choose to wander among the many pathways or just chill and admire the scenery! Even though it's quite a ways off of the beaten trail it's worth a visit at least once, A hidden gem!
  • Beautiful stop! Staff was so friendly and respectful! Flowers were gorgeous and it was so incredible to look at all the statues and the gods they represent. The hill was quite the climb in flip flops while the sprinklers were going and I definitely got drenched hiking up but it was well worth the adventure!

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