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Located on Duke University's West Campus, Duke Chapel is as magnificent in structure as it is rich in ministry. Construction of the Chapel was begun in October of 1930 and completed two years later. During that time students continually congregated...more
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Visited during December. The chapel is so beautiful, the windows and carvings everywhere!! So much work and love went into that place. A true work of art. We were able to hear the organist practicing Christmas music .... magnificent!! A must see!!
The architecture around campus is spectacular. The Duke University chapel is the focal point. The chapel is open to the public for prayers and to look around. They do have masses and religious groups that meet, but for the most part, it is quiet and...More
I was fortunate to get a tour from a local resident who is a retired professor at Duke. He said the chapel just recently opened after being closed for two years for cleaning and restoration. It is absolutely beautiful inside! The stained glass windows are...More
Was visiting a friend in the area & they recommended we go. Will just take your breath away. The stained glass & the wood. OMG! Very gothic. A docent was on sight & answered questions. It's a non denominational church but they were having a...More
They went through extensive renovations and there are ramps (we used it for a baby stroller), but not sure if they are compelled to be ADA compliant with an elevator as they may be grandfathered as an historic site. We did... More
They went through extensive renovations and there are ramps (we used it for a baby stroller), but not sure if they are compelled to be ADA compliant with an elevator as they may be grandfathered as an historic site. We did not notice an elevator, but we were not seeking one out.