OPEN: JUNE - OCT. The “Ranch of the Swallows” Living History Museum was founded 300 years ago as a paraje – stopping place – on El Camino Real, the Royal Road to Mexico City. Today, it is a one-of-a-kind destination where the past comes to life, and exciting weekend programs are fun for the whole family!
Address: 334 Los Pinos Road, Santa Fe, NM 87507 MAP
June-Sept: Wed-Sun:10:00 am-4:00 pm. Guided tours depart at 10:30 daily, except on event weekends.
Phone: (505) 471-2261CALL
This 200-acre ranch features restored original buildings, authentic structures built on old foundations, and buildings brought in from other sites. A 1700s complex with a defensive tower, an 1800s home, blacksmith shop, schoolhouse, chapel, water-powered mills, a typical mountain village and more depict life in Spanish colonial and territorial New Mexico.
Located just south of Santa Fe at 334 Los Pinos Rd.. Take exit 276 off of I-25 and follow “Las Golondrinas” signs.
The museum is open for General Admission from June through September, Wednesday to Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm. Guided tours depart at 10:30 daily, except on event weekends.
Special weekend events occur from May – October and include Spring Festival & Fiber Arts Fair, the Santa Fe Wine Festival, Viva Mexico!, Summer Festival, the Santa Fe Renaissance Fair, Harvest Festival and many more!
Visit the website for a complete schedule.
There is no General Admission in April, May or October; tours are available by reservation only (call 505-473-4169).
Don’t leave Santa Fe without a visit to Las Golondrinas, where the past comes to life and adventures in history await you!