The main attraction within the town is the Palace of Gold. This palace was originally planned to be Srila Prabhupada's residence. Unfortunately, he passed away in 1977 before its completion. Instead, it became a gift of devotion to Prabhupada's ideals. The Palace of Gold is known for its intricate design including sculptures, extensive woodwork, cut marble and semi-precious stones, carved teakwood, stained glass and cut crystal, as well as extensive use of gold leaf.
Inspired by an emphasis on healthy, natural eating, the town prides itself on its Small Farm Training Center. Through hands on training, this center teaches those interested how to grow produce organically for themselves by way of various techniques. It is run by volunteers within the town and regularly accepts interns. Over 25,000 lbs. of organic produce was grown in 2012, with much of it donated to local shelters and soup kitchens. Also managed by volunteers, there is a famous rose garden surrounding the Palace of Gold and a free range dairy farm.