Top things to do in Abiquiú

Historic Site in Abiquiú

Ghost Ranch

From 1934 onwards, before she made her home in Abiquiú, Georgia O'Keeffe lived and worked for extended periods on a dude ranch amid the colorful bluffs 15 miles northwest. Now a retreat center run by the Presbyteria…
Monastery in Abiquiú

Monastery of Christ in the Desert

Day visitors are welcome at this ecosustainable Benedictine monastery, set in a secluded geological wonderland, for a unique spiritual–-architectural experience. So long as road conditions comply (check the website)…
House in Abiquiú

Georgia O'Keeffe Home

Georgia O'Keeffe died in 1986, at age 98. The Spanish Colonial adobe house she restored is open for guided visits, run by the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe. Standard tours last one hour, while ‘Behind the Scen…
Lake in Abiquiú

Abiquiú Lake & Dam

Surrounded by red rock and high-desert terrain, Abiquiú Lake & Dam is a beautiful swimming spot.
Ruins in Abiquiú

Poshuouinge Ruins

The site of a 15th-century 700-room Pueblo, Poshuouinge (Village above the Muddy River) today is little more than prairie dog burrows and earthen mounds indicating the dual-plaza footprint. Nevertheless, amateur arc…
Deli in Abiquiú

Bode's General Store

Located at the base of Abiquiú along the highway, Bode's (pronounced boh-dees) has been here ever since 1919. This is the place to buy everything from artsy postcards and groceries to fishing lures and saddle blanke…
Mosque in Abiquiú

Dar Al Islam Mosque

Muslims worship at this adobe mosque that welcomes visitors. From Hwy 84, take Hwy 554 (southeast of Abiquiú) towards El Rito, cross the Rio Chama, take your first left on to County Rd 155 and follow it for 3 miles.…
New Mexican in Abiquiú

Cafe Abiquiú

The restaurant in the main lodge building at the Abiquiú Inn is the nicest place to eat for miles around. You'll find the usual array of New Mexico specialties, though don't expect anything spectacular on the culina…
Cultural in Abiquiú

Abiquiú Studio Tour

In Georgia O'Keeffe's former home town, along the lovely Chama River 50 minutes northwest of Santa Fe, the Abiquiú studio tour runs during October’s Columbus Day weekend.