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Summer Events in Lily Dale, NY

 

Directions to & Attractions in the Largest Spiritualist Community in the World. 

Lily Dale, NY is home to the Lily Dale Assembly, the largest Spiritualist Community in the world. It is also the largest and most popular gathering place for those who wish to learn more about, or discover their own powers of Mediumship and Healing. 

 

Lily Dale is home exclusively to Mediums and Healers who are Registered and certified with the Lily Dale Assembly. 

 

All visitors must purchase a Visitor Pass at the gate. You may purchase a Day Pass for $12 for a single--day event, or choose a Weekly or Season Pass.

 

For more info on the Lily Dale Assembly, click here.

Lily Dale: The Mysteries of Spirit tour 2019

The Lily Dale Assembly, a small Victorian Community of Spiritualists opens their gates to the Public during the summertime months. The official definition of a Spiritualist, According to the Lily Dale Assembly is: “One who believes, as the basis of his or her religion, in the continuity of life and in Individual responsibility.” If you are interested in the Unknown Mysteries of our Universe this is a great vacation getaway. Even for skeptics who do not believe in Healing or Mediumship, go check this place out for yourself. You will surely be amazed.​

 

Itinerary:


We will meet in Lily Dale at the Picnic Shelter and view Spirit Paintings and Tapestries in the Maplewood Hotel Lobby, located in the heart of Lily Dale. Rich in history, it proudly reflects the antiquity of its 1880 beginnings and has continually served its guests. 
You’ll want to arrive early at the Healing Temple to get close to the front if you would like to receive a Healing. Dedicated to the principles of Spiritual Healing, the Healing Temple was opened in 1955. It has remained a place of Peace for all those who come to renew their energies through Healing or quiet meditation and prayer. 


Your day also includes a guided tour of the Lily Dale Museum with Curator: Ron Nagy. Experience a walk back in time amid photos, artifacts and memorabilia from the first days of the Spiritualist movement and the founding of Lily Dale. The Tibetan Monks will also be holding their traditional sand mandala painting event, which you can participate in for no additional cost.
At Midday, you’ll return to the Picnic Shelter to enjoy a gourmet outdoor lunch buffet.


At the end of a quiet, Forest Trail in the Leolyn Woods, in a grove surrounded by magnificent old trees is the “Inspiration Stump.” This is the site of some of the most profound Spiritual Energy in all of Lily Dale. It is not unusual for visitors to the Stump to experience a strong sense of heightened awareness and profound peace. Services are held twice a day during which Registered Mediums, Visiting Mediums and Student Mediums pass short messages from Spirit to members of the audience. These services have been held at Inspiration Stump since 1898. 


To conclude our tour, you’ll see The Lily Dale Auditorium, built in 1883, is the historical center of Lily Dale and has been the scene of many remarkable events. Visit the Auditorium to experience an Inspirational Speaker and Clairvoyant. You may also want to visit the Fairy Trail, Marion H. Skidmore Memorial Library or the shopping sites at The Crystal Cove, Bob’s Bargain Shop and the Lily Dale Bookstore and Souvenir Shop. 

 

 

Payment and Cancellation Policies: 

Cancellations must be made in writing, and must be submitted no later than June 7th, 2019 to be subject to a possible refund. All cancellations & refunds are subject to an administrative fee of $25.00 per cancelled ticket. No refunds will be made for “no-shows” the day of, or for any unused portions of the tour.