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Santo Nino Chapel

Santuario Drive, Chimayo, NM 87522
+1 505-351-9961
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Beautiful historic chapel

Very historic church. A tour inside is permitted. The religious artifacts attest to the long... read more

Reviewed yesterday
BlueridgeCharlie
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Dugspur, Virginia
Dedicated to Children

This beautiful chapel built in 1857 is within walking distance of Santuario de Chimayo. I can't... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
innkeeper617
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idaho springs,CO
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Santuario Drive, Chimayo, NM 87522
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Reviewed yesterday

Very historic church. A tour inside is permitted. The religious artifacts attest to the long history of the church. Lots of crutches in the basement from pilgrims seeking a cure. It is located next to the Sanctuary de Chimayo and easily included the trip.

Thank BlueridgeCharlie
Reviewed 1 week ago

This beautiful chapel built in 1857 is within walking distance of Santuario de Chimayo. I can't imagine visiting one and not the other. There is a museum and gift shop nearby. During Holy Week there were street vendors selling roasted corn, drinks, and famous Chimayo...More

Thank innkeeper617
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

This chapel is very interesting to visit if your visiting the Chimayo Santuary. Worth the visit as it will take just a few more minutes.

Thank kartikmexico
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Take the time to learn about the history, very worthwhile. If you are not careful you will miss this and it is so worth the stop.

Thank grbrock
Reviewed 8 March 2017

Part of the Sanctuario and a hidden gem. The history alone makes this so worthwhile. Take time to see everything you can.

Thank Linda T
Reviewed 11 February 2017 via mobile

The interior of the chapel is magnificent. The area dedicated to the children is awe inspiring and will bring you to tears. If you have healthy kids - it will remind you of how fortunate you are. After your visit make sure to stop by...More

1  Thank Michael G
Reviewed 9 November 2016

This pretty little church is NOT the church with the healing dirt. That's the one up the road. This one is very bright and joyous and certainly worth stopping at to admire the artwork.

Thank bbeeAlbanyNY
Reviewed 1 November 2016

Beautiful old Mission Church. The Chapel has a room with a pit that has healing dirt that you are free to take, plus they give you the prayer to say along with it. Crutches, letters, etc. of people claimed to have been healed. A children's...More

1  Thank FlaHoneymooners
Reviewed 18 October 2016

While at El Santuario de Chimayo, don't overlook the Santo Nino Chapel. Go into the chapel to the left of the main altar to see the statue of the nino with all the baby shoes donated over the years to ensure the baby Jesus can...More

Thank Karen R
Reviewed 19 September 2016 via mobile

This chapel is dedicated to children. The interior art work is not as old as that in the main Santuario, and is less somber. There are trees with carved birds, dolls, infant shoes and pictures of children who need prayer. We found it quaint. There...More

Thank pasherry
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