Waterbury, Connecticut: Holy Land USA
- Overlooks I-84 and the Brass Mill Center. Heading east, I-84 exit for S. Main St. -- stay straight on McMahon St., turn right on Baldwin St. then left on Pleasant St, which turns left on Emerald, then go right on Ayers St. to end.
- Closed - Private property.
A long-closed attraction that became more interesting as it decayed. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
Holyland USA has been a post-nuclear Road Warrior vision of the Holy Land, perched on a bluff overlooking Waterbury and the interstate. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
Visitor Tips and News About Holy Land USA
Bring hiking shoes and plenty of space on your camera. Also do a tick check when you get back to the car. It truly is awesome.[Shane, 01/23/2010]
Private property, still not open to the public!
Finally visited Holy Land. After reading about the potential danger, and seeing all the no trespassing and no parking signs I was a little nervous, more about coming back to find my car towed than anything else, so I kinda rushed through.
It might be good to come back in the fall as I think I probably missed some things hidden by foliage.[David Cholewa, 09/08/2008]
Holy Land USA is a constantly evolving wreck.
Holy Land USA only seems to be providing entertainment for the sac religious at current. The gate is closed, and rusty and there is a No Trespassing sign put up by a construction company. Not so much a place of worship, cause the only way to see the cross without committing a crime is from the highway. Those who like a little religious humor can give a hallelujah for this one.[KL, 06/27/2008]