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Temple of Tolerance, Wapakoneta
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  • This is a must see if you are in the area. It is something you must experience. Words and pictures just cannot capture it. 
  • This is the most interesting use of someone's backyard I have ever seen! We met the owner, Jim , on our way in. He was enthusiastic and welcoming! The guy loves ROCKS! Rocks are everywhere and it is a...  more »
  • You would over look it from the street, but after the house and walking through the rather weird garden area you come to an unbelievable multi-story stone garden. 
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  • This is an interesting place behind the house of a Vietnam vet. Designed a whole rock garden of pathways leading around to little altars around and places. Worth a look. Its different than anything else I've ever seen. Its unique.
  • This place is incredible! I drove past hundreds of times without realizing it was even there. When you get back there it doesn't even seem like you are in town anymore. I go there regularly now to relax and clear my mind.
  • It looks like sometimes house, but I assure you, the yard is open to the public. I suggest starting at the front, heading up the driveway and working your way to the back. Very inserting place! Takes about 45 mins to see it all.
  • This place is weird! Very odd colection of rocks and decorations in some guys huge yard. Good time walking around and looking at the collection off um stuff.
  • If you know your history you will appreciate what has be created here. If you don't know your history then grab a book, go there and learn.