Three Sisters Sanctuary, Goshen

4.8
#10 of 19 in Parks in Hampshire County
Garden · Landmark
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  • The site is open to walk around at anytime but the best time is when the owner is there. He will talk to you about his inspiration and how he put together a lot of the works of art. This place is a... 
    The site is open to walk around at anytime but the best time is when the owner is there. He will talk to you about his inspiration and how he put together a lot of the works of art. This place is a...  more »
  • This place is so much fun, unique, and was a fabulous find!!! An artistically inspirational place with sooo much to look at. We went early and were able to have the place to ourselves for much of... 
    This place is so much fun, unique, and was a fabulous find!!! An artistically inspirational place with sooo much to look at. We went early and were able to have the place to ourselves for much of...  more »
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  • This is a beautiful and peaceful place to spend time surrounded by nature and beautiful gardens. There is so much detail to appreciate in both the stone work, the artwork and the gardens with water features. We also enjoyed calming flute music as we wandered the grounds finding things of interest all around. I especially enjoyed walking the stone labyrinth. It is situated beside the surrounding natural wetlands so there is a feeling of the beautiful stonework and gardens right amid and connected to the quiet natural landscape. I'm sure we will make another trip!
  • Pulling up to this Sanctuary and walking through it, are two entirely different things. Once you enter, you feel, see and touch and experience something pretty great. I read it started from grief but became something much different. You have to visit to know what I'm talking about. People leave things (from passed loved ones) pieces of themselves. My daughter and I stacked stones together there, left a little of us behind ❤️. It's funky, cool and peaceful. It's FREE!! I'd leave a donation though, enjoy!

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