Palace of the Governors
Civil War in New Mexico
Fray Angelico Chavez Archives and Photo Archives
Furniture of the Southwest
Tableware of the Southwest
Textiles: Victorian to 20th Century
Weapons: Spanish Colonial to 20th Century
10am – 5pm (closed Mondays)
(505) 476-5100

Institute of American Indian Arts Museum
This collection includes paintings, sculpture, photography, drawings, prints and other works on paper, textiles, costumes, baskets, jewelry, pottery, ceramics, and beadwork, is the single largest contemporary collection of its kind, representing a hundred tribal nations in the United States.
10am – 5pm (Mon. – Sat.)
(505) 988-6281

Museum of Fine Arts
Created to preserve and promote the art and artists of the Southwest Collections
20th Century Photographs
About the Building
Contemporary Artists – New Mexico & Regional
Museum of Fine Arts Library
Taos Masters Collection
10am – 5pm (closed Mondays)
(505) 476-5072

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
Dedicated to the work of a woman artist of international stature.

Regular hours: November through June:
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays,
Saturdays & Sundays 10am – 5pm
Fridays 10am ­ 8pm
Wednesdays* closed
New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday,
Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day closed

* High Season hours: July through October
The Museum is open for its regular hours and on Wednesdays from 10am – 5pm.
General Admission $8 (Visa/MC/Amex)
New Mexico Residents $4
Thursdays $7 for seniors 60 and over
Fridays 5pm – 8pm free
Youth and students with ID free
(505) 995-0785

Santuario de Guadalupe
Located at the end of the Camino Real in Santa Fe, the Santuario contains the Archdiocese of Santa Fe’s collection of New Mexican santos (carved images of the saints), Italian Renaissance paintings, and Mexican baroque paintings. Among the treasured works is Our Lady of Guadalupe, one of the largest and finest oil paints of the Spanish Southwest, dated 1783 and signed by Jose de Alzibar, one of Mexico’s most renowned painters.
9am – 4pm (Mon. – Fri.); 10am – 4pm (Sat., summers)
(505) 988-2027

SITE Santa Fe
A private not-for-profit contemporary arts organization committed to enriching the cultural atmosphere in Santa Fe, New Mexico, by providing an ongoing venue for regional, national, and international exhibitions and interdisciplinary programs.
W, T, Sat, Sun 10am-5pm; F, 10am-7pm; Closed Monday & Tuesday
(505) 989-1199

Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian
Changing exhibitions feature historic and contemporary Native American art and culture, with an emphasis on Southwestern tribes.
(505) 982-4636
10am – 5pm Mon. – Sat.; 1 – 5pm Sun.

Museum of International Folk Art
Asian, Middle Eastern, African, and Pacific Collections
Contemporary Southwestern Hispanic Collections
European & North American Collections
Girard Foundation Collection
Latin American Collections
Spanish Colonial Collections
Textiles & Costumes
The Neutrogena Collection
10am – 5pm daily (closed Mondays)
16 & under FREE
(505) 476-1200

Museum of Indian Arts and Culture/Laboratory of Anthropology
American Indian Basketry
American Indian Textiles & Clothing
Archaeological Research Collections
Archives of the Laboratory of Anthropology
Navajo & Pueblo Jewelry
Southwestern Archaeology
Southwestern Indian Ceramics
Southwestern Indian Painting
10am – 5pm daily (closed Mondays)
(505) 476-1250

Santa Fe Children’s Museum
Summer: 10am – 5pm (Wed. – Sat. ) and noon – 5pm (Sun.)Winter: 10am – 5pm (Thurs. – Sat.) and noon – 5pm (Sun.)
(505) 989-8359

El Rancho de las Golondrinas
A living history museum dedicated to the heritage and culture of Spanish Colonial New Mexico.
10am – 4pm Wed. – Sun. (June-Sept)
(505) 471-2261

San Ildefonso Pueblo Museum
The museum exhibits contemporary and traditional pottery, paintings, and other artifacts, emphasizing San Ildefonso artifacts and historic items.
8am – 4:30 pm (Mon. – Fri.)
(505) 455-2273