Fodor's Expert Review Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

Museum Hill Museum/Gallery

An interactive, multimedia exhibition tells the story of Native American history in the Southwest, merging contemporary Native American experience with historical accounts and artifacts. The collection includes some of New Mexico's oldest works of art: pottery vessels, fine stone and silver jewelry, intricate textiles, and other arts and crafts created by Pueblo, Navajo, and Apache artisans. Changing exhibitions feature arts and traditions of historic and contemporary Native Americans. You can also see art demonstrations and a video about the life and work of Pueblo potter Maria Martinez.

Museum/Gallery

Quick Facts

710 Camino Lejo
Santa Fe, New Mexico  87505, USA

505-476–1250

www.indianartsandculture.org

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $9, 4-day pass $20 (good at all 4 state museums), free Fri. 5–8, $12, Closed Mon.

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