Oddities in the Desert | Felicity, CA

You never know what you’ll find in the desert

On my way to Sedona, I spotted a tiny white chapel, perched on a hill, along Interstate 8. It seemed interesting in an odd sort of way, so I took the next exit to check it out.

I discovered the tiny, unincorporated town of Felicity, CA – the self-proclaimed center of the world and home to the Museum of History in Granite. For a small entrance fee, you can view the pyramid, walk along the engraved walls of granite, and visit the chapel on the hill.

Center of the World | Museum of History in Granite | Felicity, CA

Center of the World | Museum of History in Granite | Felicity, CA

Center of the World | Museum of History in Granite | Felicity, CA

Center of the World | Museum of History in Granite | Felicity, CA

If you have a bit of time, and want to get off the road for a bit, I suggest checking out Felicity, CA. I enjoyed my brief visit – it was an excellent excuse to get out of the car, stretch my legs, and capture a few photos.

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