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Beautiful scenery, a quiet natural setting, and easy access make Hyde Memorial State Park a favorite picnic area, campground, respite, and base camp for excursion to the...
The park contains the ruins of the ancient Pueblo of Pecos and the remains of two Spanish missions, one built in the 17th century and the other in the 18th century. In later...
The Museum displays the National Collection of contemporary American Indian and Alaskan Native art, over 7,000 items in the permanent collection.
Collections at this museum include anthropology, archaeology and ethnology of the Southwest, fine arts with emphasis on southwestern painters, international folk art, Spanish...
This art museum housed in an architectural structure patterned after New Mexico mission churches, has over 20,000 pieces of fine art emphasizing the Southwestern United States...
This history museum housed in c1610 Spanish-style government building displays exhibits emphasizing New Mexico and Southwest history from European contact, colonial period to the...
This living historical farm and village housed on the 1700-1885 Las Golondrinas Ranch on a pre-colonial Indian location consists of a Leger Gristmill, Talpa Water Mill, Padilla...
This art museum has over 176 works of art including 117 works of Georgia O' Keefe.
This religious museum and historic site housed in c1780 church built by the Franciscans displays a Spanish colonial mural, adobe structures, New Mexican Santero artworks, and...
This history and art museum housed in the 1825 Kit Carson home, the 1797 Ernest L. Blumenschein home, and the 1800-27 Martinez Hacienda. These homes are filled with period...
This art museum displays collections from Taos artists in all media from early 20th century to the present day. Among the exhibits are also 19th and 20th century Santos and...
This fine art gallery is housed in the State Capitol on Old Santa Fe Trail. The gallery promotes New Mexico artists and regional works of art.
This museum housed in the 1898 Manby-Thorne House and displays collections of juried and retrospective exhibits of works by New Mexico artists.
This history museum housed in c1825 home belonging to Charles Bent, the first American governor of New Mexico territory, and site of his death in 1847 during an uprising. The...
The collections include Spanish colonial artworks, furniture, bultos, retablos, straw appliques, textiles, tinwork, jewelry, and developments in Hispanic art forms.