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Attended a sunrise Skyspace viewing and although it was overcast, the experience was nothing short of magical. This is a must see! When the Skyspace is open, you almost forget that your gazing at the sky until a bird flies by or a leaf floats...More
Chestnut Hill is about 10 miles north of center city Philadelphia and has lots of attractions. A special one is the Skyspace by internationally famous light artist James Turrell. It is in the Friends Quaker Meetinghouse on Mermaid Lane, easily accessible by car or bus...More
I visited not really knowing what exactly do you expect. I thought it was more about stargazing, but it’s more about the sunsetting and the natural light outside gradually changing. Coupled with special lights inside it was a mesmerizing experience that provided a whole pallet...More
Not knowing exactly what to expect, before you go, is the key to experiencing mother nature, as you haven't experienced previously. Being prepared with a yoga mat, blanket and pillow is the key to getting the most from the experience. Skyspace is free although donations...More
We visited Skyspace not quite knowing what to expect. What we found was a quiet beautiful location to meditate with others and I came to appreciate further God's general revelation - how much bigger and more creative and special He is.
We read others' reviews and still really didn't know what to expect. We attended the sunset session on Easter. They gave a brief explanation of the artist and his illumination art and then they rolled back the retractable roof to open a square window to...More
Beautiful, relaxing, thought-provoking, evocative, and a little chilly. It was a wonderful Valentine's Day experience to share. Photos and phones are not allowed, although as Friends the monitors are very unobtrusive, so please respect other this rule. Well worth turning off for an hour.