Sto. Niño Parish Church in Mabini | Things to do in Mabini-Pangasinan
Also known as the Mabini Church, this Roman Catholic house of worship is a historical relic and architectural artifact. Established in 1830, the ancient structure was designed in early renaissance style. It has survived its fair share of wars and natural calamities, including several great floods that deeply submerged parts of the building, a fire that began with a stroke of lightning, and a massive earthquake. Though the church’s interiors are much simpler today, its former grandeur replaced with a rather more utilitarian aesthetic, it is nevertheless a testament to faith that it continues to stand and that the faithful still find their solace within its walls.
Address: Sto. Niño Street, Barangay Poblacion, Mabini, Pangasinan
Business hours: Everyday, 8am-5pm. Open on holidays.
Entrance fee: Free