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Prairie Dog Glass Santa Fe 5.9 km away
#1 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
We love art and have been to a lot of museums and galleries in Santa Fe but we were craving something more hands on to experience.
My wife and I visit every museum we get close to.
Nedra Matteucci Galleries Santa Fe 1.2 km away
#2 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
Beautiful Sculpture Garden - Better than some Museums
This gallery has more than many art museums.
Keshi Santa Fe 0.7 km away
#3 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
With all the fake jewelry on the Santa Fe Plaza, it's hard for a tourist to find authentic Native American Art and jewelry short of buying it in one of the great museums Santa Fe is famous for.
My sister and I dropped by this wonderful shop by accident on our way to the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum.
Museum of International Folk Art Santa Fe 3.2 km away
#4 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
The exterior is also a treat--cool breezes on the hill, outdoor sculpture garden, pleasing plantings, unusual benches, and other museums to keep you at that altitude.
I have visited museums around the world...this museum is so unique with a variety of artifacts donated by passionate collectors.
El Rancho de las Golondrinas Santa Fe 20.7 km away
#5 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
As a lover of history museums, this one ranks as one of my all time favorite places.
Ticket prices are lower than most museums and, for me, the experience was more hands-on and personal.
Museum of Indian Arts & Culture Santa Fe 3.2 km away
#6 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
PS: You can buy a pass which admits you to all the excellent state museums: The Museum of International Folk Art, the Museum of Spanish Art and Culture, and the Museum of Indian Aart and Culture.
Visiting this museums gave you a wide idea of 'American Indian art the Pueblos history is magnificent and the hospitality of its people hake you think you are at home
Harrell House of Natural Oddities Santa Fe 1.1 km away
#7 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
This museum is a gem, a must see and a great place to take kids.
Great museum for little kids
New Mexico History Museum Santa Fe 0.4 km away
#8 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
PS: You can buy a pass which admits you to all the excellent state museums: The Museum of International Folk Art, the Museum of Spanish Art and Culture, and the Museum of Indian art and Culture.
We took the free guided tour of the Palace of the Governors which was excellent and provided great background information from which to further explore both museums.
Meow Wolf Santa Fe 6.7 km away
#9 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
I have taken countless relatives and friends to Santa Fe for many many great restaurants, shops, churches, museums and all around interesting people and culture.
It's cool how there are areas to sit and rest/watch in many many areas - this is similar to more traditional art museums where there are seats allowing visitors to really observe.
Bradbury Science Museum Los Alamos 38.8 km away
#1 of 4 Museums in Los Alamos
One of the best museums I've been to: it is a must-do if you are visiting Los Alamos
One of the most interesting museums I've ever visited and it's free!
Geronimo Springs Museum Truth or Consequences
#1 of 4 Museums in Truth or Consequences
Anyone who enjoys museums, especially off the beaten tracks museums that are filled with local history will find this place to be a little gem.
In our travels, my wife and I have always enjoyed stopping to see small museums in the towns we visit.
San Miguel Chapel Santa Fe 0.9 km away
#10 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
We enjoy historic buildings and museums.
1 Way to experience it
#11 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
It's like visiting a private collection and is more intimate than the larger museums and their gift shop is one of the best anywhere.
The oldest of the museums on Museum Hill, and it has great elegance and simplicity.
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum Santa Fe 0.4 km away
#12 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
Along with the Botero Museum in Bogota and the Picasso Museum in Barcelona, I think this is among the world's great small single-artist museums.
As a very prolific, successful artist, and one who pushed 20thc boundaries, O’Keefe can be viewed in many of our great museums; nevertheless, Santa Fe, Taos, and Abiquiú add a different layer of understanding and...
Palace of the Governors Santa Fe 0.4 km away
#13 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
Included with entry to the NM History Museum, free for members of affiliated museums.
This is one of the great museums in Santa Fe.
1 Way to experience it
Los Alamos History Museum Los Alamos 39.1 km away
#2 of 4 Museums in Los Alamos
This is among the best little museums I've been to.
Los Alamos Historical Museum has something for all ages: hands-on experiences for children and fascinating, detailed history for history buffs.
New Mexico Museum of Art Santa Fe 0.4 km away
#14 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
Note: If time permits, you should buy a museum pass which allows you to visit all of Santa Fe's excellent public museums, including the Native Arts, Folk Art , Hispanic and History museums
I live in Santa Fe and frequent our great museums often.
Museum of Contemporary Native Arts Santa Fe 0.5 km away
#15 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
Small, but interesting, the museum offers a different perspective on the more traditional southwest art shown in the other art museums in Santa Fe.
Santa Fe has many famous and outstanding museums, but this is my favorite.
Green River Pottery Santa Fe 3.8 km away
#16 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
Turquoise Trail Sculpture Garden Cerrillos 30.3 km away
#1 of 3 Museums in Cerrillos
Tesuque Glassworks Tesuque 7.3 km away
#1 of 3 Museums in Tesuque
Shidoni Galleries Tesuque 7.2 km away
#2 of 3 Museums in Tesuque
Rainbow Man Santa Fe 0.5 km away
#17 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
Sir Paul McCartney purchased a museum-quality, triptych photograph in here, and if it's where he shops, it's good enough for me!
Museum of Spanish Colonial Art Santa Fe 3.1 km away
#18 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
The least visited of the superb museums on Santa Fe's Museum Hill this is till the best one-stop place outside of the annual Spanish market on the Plaza to gain an understanding of Spanish Colonial history, art an...
With an $8 admission for adults and free for Under 16s, this is a family friendly museum with a superb and well curated collection.
Poeh Cultural Center Santa Fe 22.3 km away
#19 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
It is one of the best museums of its type we have ever visited.
We enjoyed a wonderful personal tour of this small museum by a locally resident of the reservation who gave us sincere insights into life and history there.
Manitou Galleries Santa Fe 0.7 km away
#20 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
The many sterling and turquoise Native American pieces on display make for a cross between a museum and a retail establishment.
it's like the quiet and setting of a museum, the staff does not hover and can tell if you need or want help.
Chimayo Trading and Mercantile Chimayo 34.8 km away
#1 of 2 Museums in Chimayo
This store is more like a combination museum and art gallery.
Fuller Lodge Art Center Los Alamos 39.1 km away
#3 of 4 Museums in Los Alamos
The tour guide from the Los Alamos Museum gave a tour through Fuller Lodge.
I had science overload in the fine Bradbury Museum, but my husband needed more time there.
Santa Fe Children's Museum Santa Fe 2.1 km away
#21 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
I brought my 5- and 2-year-olds here to spend a few hours on a morning so they could get tired out and nap while I went to some museums later that day.
We were extremely happy to find the SF Children's Museum on our most recent trip as it was perfectly suited for her age (3).
Andrew Smith Gallery, Inc. Santa Fe 0.4 km away
#22 of 133 Museums in Santa Fe
The absolute gem however and maybe the best find of our New Mexico trip however (and we loved the O'Keeffe Museum) is the Andrew Miller Gallery upstairs.
While in the neighbourhood, visit the Georgia O'Keeffe museum next door.