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The Museum of Spanish Colonial Art
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New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors

On the Historic Plaza in Santa Fe, visit the state’s newest museum—and its oldest. Learn about New Mexico’s pivotal role in the shaping of the American West through long-term and visiting exhibits such as, Santa Fe Found: Fragments of Time: The archaeological and historic roots of America’s oldest capital city.

April 14th - Oct 11th - 10 a.m Monday thru Saturday: Join a museum-trained guide for Historical Downtown Walking Tours. $10.

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Meow Wolf-House of Eternal Return

Experience the most extraordinary immersive arts project and museum you've ever seen! This is a combination of jungle gym, haunted house, children’s museum, and immersive art exhibit. The unique fusion of art and entertainment gives audiences fictional worlds to explore. Fun for all ages!

"...the world's coolest fort ever, complete with atmospheric haze, built according to the laws of play...Limitless dimensions of meaning, and the delight of discovery on the part of artist/performers and visitors..."

Kathryn M.Davis-Visual Art Source

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Loretto Chapel

Two mysteries surround the spiral staircase in the Loretto Chapel: the identity of its builder and the physics of its construction.

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New Mexico Museum of Art

TEMPORARILY CLOSED SEPT 18 - NOV 25, 2017. Located at the northwest corner of the Plaza. From the Museum’s founding in 1917, Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico have held a special pull for artists. Originally, the building was to become the art gallery of the Museum of New Mexico. The influences of Native American, Hispanic, and European-based cultures created a unique body of work that is the basis of the New Mexico Museum of Art. 



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Museum of International Folk Art

Since opening in September 1953, the Museum of International Folk Art has gained national and international recognition as an accredited Museum that is home to the world’s largest collections and exhibits of folk art. Four wings are filled with fascinating exhibits. Its home, Museum Hill, is where the world's largest International Folk Art Market is held every July (see our Annual Events category for more on the Market).


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Museum of Indian Arts & Culture

One of four museums in the Museum of New Mexico system, the MIAC is a premier repository of Native art and material culture and tells the stories of the people of the Southwest from pre-history through contemporary art. More than 65,000 visitors come to the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture each year. Come visit out our exciting current exhibits.

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Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum

Located an easy 55 minutes' drive from Santa Fe, and fun for the whole family. The Anderson-Abruzzo International Balloon Museum showcases a vast collection of balloons, art work, aerial artifacts, and more.

Our exhibits show the history of ballooning and highlight the science that has thrilled human imagination for more than a century. Take a trip and discover Albuquerque's renowned air and space museum today!

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Archdiocese of Santa Fe Museum

The Archdiocesan Museum exhibits historical documents, photographs, and various patrimony from the extensive collections of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe. Free Admission

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Los Alamos History Museum - Discovery Welcome!

Only a forty five minute scenic drive to Los Alamos, New Mexico - Home of the Manhattan Project. Visit the Los Alamos History Museum and discover 1.4 million years of history, from the explosion of the Valles Caldera to the detonation of the world's first atomic bombs. Admission is free.