Pasaquan, a seven-acre site created by the late visionary folk artist Eddie Owens Martin, who was known as St. EOM, will be open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday.
It's about three miles northwest of the courthouse in Buena Vista.
Pasaquan features hand-constructed buildings that are interconnected by a series of brightly painted masonry walls, colorful concrete sculptures and an assortment of interesting landscape elements. The complex shows St. EOM's vision of the future called Pasaquan.
Tickets are $5.
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Call 229-649-9444 or go to www.pasaquan.com for directions.