St. Benedict's Monastery is 1 mi. e. of I-94. This is the largest community of Benedictine sisters in the United States. The rural campus centers around the Romanesque dome of Sacred Heart Chapel, which was built in 1912 and renovated in 1983.
The Art and Heritage Place features historical exhibits and an artisan's gallery of crafts and fine art created by the Sisters of St. Benedict, including candles, needlework, pottery and hand-dyed fabrics. Items made by the sisters and local artisans are featured in gallery shows presented four times a year. The Haehn Museum has a collection of some 4,000 artifacts dating back to 1857. Also of interest is the labyrinth. There are walking trails on the campus grounds.