Joliet, Montana: Bible Scenes In Stone

Local stone pile sculptures and grotto art environment depicting scenes from the Bible along a winding roadside walkway. Built by Adolph Land and family and friends, 1957-1980.

Pathway Thru The Bible

9739 US Hwy 212, Joliet, MT
Along north side of US Hwy 212, just north of Joliet. Adjacent to residential homes, look for the faded gift shop on road. Visitors welcome to respectfully wander.
Daily sunrise - sunset Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Bible Scenes in Stone

There's a small sign at entrance that leads onto a rock drive. We almost drove right by it. Scenes include the Sermon on the Mount, with rocks as the crowd. It is a beautiful interpretation of the Bible. I have been to a few places like this, and the scenery and garden was beautiful.

[Summer Clements, 07/28/2020]

Pathway Thru The Bible was created by Adolph Land with help from his family and friends. They ask visitors to sign the guest book in the Bethlehem Stable.

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