Wander through the rich cultural heritage of the southwest atop Museum Hill. Home to the New Mexico Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, the Museum of Indian Arts, the New Mexico Museum of International Folk Art and the Santa Fe Wheelwright Museum, the hill is a central destination where visitors can explore some of the region's greatest collections and Native works of art. Learn more about the stories of the peoples of the southwest, from prehistoric to modern times, as you browse unique artifacts and exhibits showcasing statues and pottery, baskets, colorful textile weavings and lovely beaded artwork.
$9 admission for non-state residents, $6 for New Mexico residents
10:00 am - 5:00 pm daily; Museum Hill Cafe is open until 4:00 pm
Introduction to Stone Carving
SWAIA Award Winner Film Screenings
Native Treasures Collection Sale
Native Art Exhibits
Spanish Colonial Art
Folk Art Galleries
Where can I eat at Museum Hill?
Museum Hill Cafe is located right onsite and cooks up a range of regional menu items for museum goers and families, including salmon tostadas, smoked duck flautas, chicken mole, house made mushroom taquitos, the cafe pollo bowl, grass fed beef burgers, sandwiches, salads and tasty soups and starters.
Is there a shuttle I can take to the museums?
A city bus runs regularly from the downtown Plaza in Santa Fe to Museum Hill. Check the city's map and schedule for the latest bus times. Visitors can also take a free shuttle up to the hill from the railyard stop if taking the Railrunner. For guests who prefer to drive, there's parking onsite once you arrive.