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The building is part of the Presidio and is on the grounds. For just $4 per person you can tour the whole grounds. Parking is free. I recommend coming in the cooler months, before it’s up in the 90-100s every day.
This seems to be an entirely re-constructed church with nothing original from the time of the Texas Revolution. But it is a pleasant little church with an interesting fresco (from the 1940s?) so if you're visiting the Presidio why not stick your head in the...More
As I mentioned in my review of the Presidio, the church is still a working Catholic church. It has been maintained and repaired for the congregation. The painting in the altar area is relatively recent, but depicts the history of the church when it was...More
It is believed that many men are buried in the floor of the Chapel. Visit the museum part of the chapel for viewing fascinating artifacts they uncovered during renovations. It' just beautiful. And they pipe in choral music that adds to the atmosphere!
I'd had read about that chapel on the internet but could barely believe it. A stair built by a mysterious man and that no one could explain it "mathematically "....
Now that I had the chance to visit it myself (it's not a chapel anymore,...More