Rudolph Grotto Gardens

Welcome to the Rudolph Grotto Gardens

The Rudolph Grotto Gardens are set in a beautiful area of trees and flowers with man-made rock surroundings located in central Wisconsin, just minutes away from Wisconsin Rapids and Stevens Point.

Paths meander over five acres of gardens that are bright with flowers, plants and trees. The gardens and shrines provide a spiritual setting where one can spend quiet moments contemplating the wonders of God and creation.

Visit St. Jude's Chapel, the Grotto Museum and the Gift Shop. Take a walk along the shrines depicting the Fourteen Stations of the Cross and the Seven Sorrows of Mary. Journey through the Wonder Cave, a one-fifth mile passageway, featuring 26 shrines, and designed based on the catacombs in Rome. Enjoy a picnic lunch in our Picnic Area amid the rock formations and trees.

The Grotto Gardens flourish at the hands of a caretaker and volunteer help and are open year round for all to enjoy. The Gift Shop and Cave are open 7 days a week on a seasonal basis from Memorial Day through mid-September. The St. Philip Church Picnic is held at the Grotto Gardens each year on the first Sunday in August.
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Our Lady of Fatima Event - May 13

Pope Francis has granted a Plenary Indulgence for the Fatima Centennial. On May 13, St. Philip and the Grotto will sponsor a day for prayer to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Fatima apparitions to three shepherd children. The day will begin with Mass a 10:00 a.m. followed by Confessions from 11-12. A Rosary will take place by the Fatima Shrine in the Grotto at 12:00, Confessions again from 1-2. The day will end with another Rosary at 2:00 in the Grotto. Our Lady appeared to the children on the 13th of the month from May-October. During those months a Rosary will be held in the Grotto at 12:00 Noon. Please join us.

Our Lady of Fatima Shrine
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