“cultivating inner peace & preserving tibetan culture”
Dedicated as an International Peace Center, the Garden of One Thousand Buddhassupports people in cultivating inner peace and in preserving the ancient culture of Tibet. The mission of the Garden is to provide visitors of all faiths with an opportunity to generate profound merit, to reduce global negativities, and to bring about lasting peace. Through the use of the ancient symbols of Buddhism, the Garden awakens one’s natural inner qualities of joy, wisdom, and compassion.
This place is a hidden treasure! Absolute peace. No dogs are allowed, and once you see the true beauty and time put into this, you will understand why. Definitely worth the visit!
This place is... Well there are no words just go!
My friend and I added this stop to our road trip and we do not regret it. It is hidden by the rural area that surrounds it but it is a peaceful environment where you can take a moment to walk around the garden in silence and even take part in a prayer session
A wonderful experience! Truly breathtaking, serene. A very meditative experience, even with quite a few people in the garden. There are a few rules that you must follow but nothing crazy---no dogs allowed, circle the garden clockwise, not leaving items like coins or pebbles on the statues, etc. The gift shop was full of really unique items and I got a beautiful mala from there. Will be going back and would definitely recommend.
I randomly came across this place and I am so grateful. It is so peaceful and beautiful. No one was there when I was, which made it even better.
10 out of 10
A little off the path but totally worth it. Amazing
A hidden gem I'm glad I made the time for. The quiet and meditative peace is almost a tangible presence here. What we thought would be a quirky photo op ended up being a two-hour stop as we walked and contemplated. It's worth a stop if your trip has you feeling a little stressed out.
This is a interesting little stop. Dozens of about perhaps 1 1/2' tall Buddha statues surround a larger statue that I believe represented the heart chakra. Side note is to make sure you're getting the right size if you purchase a tshirt in the gift shop, as the junior large are right there mingled with the adult larges. Perhaps you can avoid making it three states away before realizing the mistake.
This place is an amazing MUST SEE point of interest! If I could rate it as 10+... I would. Definitely worth the visit!
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