Wisconsin’s Glass Church At The Wegner Grotto Is One Of The Nation’s Most Unique Chapels

Sometimes, you find extraordinary things in ordinary places, and that’s exactly the case with the Glass Chapel, which is hiding in the small town of Sparta. Part of the Paul and Matilda Wegner Grotto, the chapel is made of colorful shards of glass. Even more impressive is the fact that it’s surrounded by an array of sculptures — all of which are made of glass. Take a look:

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So, ever visited the Wegner Grotto? If so, what’d you think of the chapel? Know of another stunning church? Tell us in the comments section.

This isn’t the only notable grotto in Wisconsin. Read about another here.

Address: 7788 Daylight Rd, Sparta, WI 54656, USA