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The Loretto Chapel

Contact Info
207 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87501

Phone:
505-982-0092
Basics
Location:
Santa Fe
Type:
Monument-Building

Description

The Loretto Chapel is popular for weddings, but if you're not planning one at the moment, visit anyway. Loretto Chapel is famous for a completely different reason: the Miraculous Staircase. Subject of articles, TV specials, even movies, the Miraculous Staircase has two 360 degree turns and no visible means of support. It's also built entirely without nails . . . just wooden pegs. This, and the fascinating story behind it's construction, is what makes Loretto Chapel famous.

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Hours:
Daily; hours vary by season
Season:
Year-round

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