Experience the art of the Southwest and beyond in the picturesque icon of Spanish Pueblo Revival architecture at the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe.
The museum is an essential stop for anyone who wishes to appreciate not only the graceful simplicity of pueblo architecture, inspired by 300-year-old mission churches, but also the unique artistic nature of New Mexico, all presented in changing exhibitions showcasing art across time, cultures, and media.
For nearly 100 years, the New Mexico Museum of Art has continued to encourage artists working in New Mexico, while also enlightening and entertaining visitors with local, state, regional, national, and international exhibitions.
It’s lovely, once inside.
Outer walls adorned with large paintings.
American modernism inside.
Don’t miss the second floor.
The “Looking Forward, Looking Back” Room.
There are so many historic artifacts inside this museum. Spend at least two hours to learn about the past and present lifestyles of New Mexico.
Address: 107 West Palace Avenue, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Phone Number: 505-476-5072
Where to park downtown.
See this listing of parking lots in downtown Santa Fe.
– Admission to the New Mexico Museum of Art costs $6 for New Mexico residents and $9 for non-residents.
– A $25 CulturePass allows you to visit us and each of the state museums and historic sites once during a 12-month period
– Museum members and children 16 and under are always admitted free.
– Sundays are free for New Mexico residents with ID.
– Wednesdays are free for New Mexico resident seniors with ID.
– Some special shows may require an additional fee
Mondays: May through October 10am-5pm. Closed November through April.
Tuesdays – Sundays: 10am-5pm
Fridays: Open for free 5 to 8 pm, May through October, and first Friday of the month, November through March.
The Museum is closed on New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
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