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  • 1. Meow Wolf

    South Side | Museum/Gallery

    Meow Wolf is both an ambitious visual and musical arts collective and the name of the dazzling multimillion-dollar arts complex the group created...Read More

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  • 2. Museum of International Folk Art (MOIFA)

    Museum Hill | Museum/Gallery

    A delight for adults and children alike, this museum is the premier institution of its kind in the world, with a permanent collection of more...Read More

  • 3. Museum of Spanish Colonial Art

    Museum Hill | Museum/Gallery

    This 5,000-square-foot adobe museum occupies a classically Southwestern former home designed in 1930 by acclaimed regional architect John Gaw...Read More

  • 4. New Mexico Museum of Art

    The Plaza | Museum/Gallery

    Designed by Isaac Hamilton Rapp in 1917, the museum contains one of America's finest regional collections. It's also one of Santa Fe's earliest...Read More

  • 5. The New Mexico History Museum

    The Plaza | Museum/Gallery

    This impressive, modern museum anchors a campus that encompasses the Palace of the Governors, the Palace Print Shop & Bindery, the Fray...Read More

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  • 6. El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe

    Railyard District | Museum/Gallery

    More an arts, educational, and community gathering space than a museum, the 31,000-square-foot El Museo celebrates Santa Fe's—and New Mexico...Read More

  • 7. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum

    The Plaza | Museum/Gallery

    One of many East Coast artists who visited New Mexico in the first half of the 20th century, O'Keeffe returned to live and paint here, eventually...Read More

  • 8. Gerald Peters Gallery

    East Side and Canyon Road | Museum/Gallery

    While under construction, this 32,000-square-foot building was dubbed the "ninth northern pueblo," its scale supposedly rivaling that of the...Read More

  • 9. Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA)

    The Plaza | Museum/Gallery

    This fascinating museum that's part of the esteemed Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) is just a block from the Plaza and contains the...Read More

  • 10. 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...Read More

  • 11. New Mexico State Capitol

    Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol | Government Building

    The symbol of the Zía Pueblo, which represents the Circle of Life, was the inspiration for the capitol, also known as the Roundhouse. Doorways...Read More

  • 12. Santa Fe Children's Museum

    Old Santa Fe Trail and South Capitol | Museum/Gallery

    Stimulating hands-on exhibits, a solar greenhouse, oversize geometric forms, and an 18-foot indoor rock-climbing wall all contribute to this...Read More

  • 13. Santa Fe Clay

    Railyard District | Museum/Gallery

    This 11,600-square-foot space is a combination clay studio, supply shop, and gallery—it has gained wide respect for works produced by resident...Read More

  • 14. Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian

    Museum Hill | Museum/Gallery

    A private institution in a building shaped like a traditional octagonal Navajo hogan, the Wheelwright opened in 1937. Founded by Boston scholar...Read More

  • 15. Pablita Velarde Museum of Indian Women in the Arts

    The Plaza | Museum/Gallery

    This small, new museum near the Cathedral Basilica has an important and relevant mission for this part of the world: to celebrate and showcase...Read More

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