In the luscious, overgrown Ozark mountains of northern Arkansas, you'll find the stunning Thorncrown Chapel, a glass walled church considered to be one of the "12 Most Beautiful Churches in America."
Notable for being designed from Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie School of architecture, the glass, metal, and wood construction appears to be an open air building, when seen firsthand. The light streams in through the tree canopy and glistens naturally onto the wooden pews, sunbeams filtering onto the altar and calling to mind an awe-inspiring image of paradise. Visiting this faith-filled destination might evoke a sense of wonder, a feeling of connection between God and nature.
As one of the most beautiful churches in the country, Thorncrown Chapel receives thousands of visitors every year. Tour groups will be able to enjoy guided tours of the chapel with highlighted information on the architecture and history of the chapel's building and also enjoy a performance by the Thorncrown musicians. Thorncrown Chapel is a working, living chapel and celebrates weekly Sunday services for all those who would like to participate.