Museum of Indian Arts & Culture
Museum of International Folk Art
Santa Fe’s most unusual and exhilarating museum centers on the world's largest collection of folk art. Its huge main gallery displays...
In late July, traditional Spanish colonial arts, from retablos (paintings on wooden panels) and bultos (wooden carvings of religious...
Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian
In 1937 Mary Cabot established this museum, part of Museum Hill, to showcase Navajo ceremonial art. While its strength continues to be...
Aside from the Flamenco dinner shows, there's a regular Latin soul show and other entertainment.
This popular restaurant and bar, set in a rustically authentic adobe, has live music nightly. Although El Farol does excellent steaks,...
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Lonely Planet review
This museum opened on Museum Hill in 1987 to display artifacts unearthed by the Laboratory of Anthropology, which must confirm that any proposed building site in New Mexico is not historically significant. Since 1931 it has collected over 50,000 artifacts. Rotating exhibits explore the historical and contemporary lives of the Pueblo, Navajo and Apache cultures. One of the most complete collections of Native American arts anywhere, it's a perfect companion to the nearby Wheelwright Museum.