Opposite the Governor's Palace on Santa Fe's historic Plaza
stands a prime example of Pueblo Revival architecture, built in
1917, which houses the state's oldest art museum, home to more than
20,000 works of art. The distinguished collection spans the
historic art colonies of Taos and Santa Fe of the past 100 years,
right up to contemporary art, focussing on the southwest region.
There is also a collection of photographs and two sculpture gardens
housing traditional and abstract works.
Address: 107 W. Palace Avenue Website: www.mfasantafe.org Telephone: (505) 476 5072 Opening Time: Tuesday to Sunday 10am-5pm, closes 8pm Fridays.
Closed major holidays. Admission: $9 adults, free for children under 16. Free on Fridays
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