Museum Hill Hotel -Discover the ideal Museum Hill hotel location at the Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Hotel, which is located just 2 miles away. Guests of the Santa Fe hotel enjoy close proximity to Santa Fe Plaza, a choice of spacious luxury casitas with kiva fireplaces and oversized guestrooms, 7,000 sq ft of flexible meeting space, business center, fine dining at El Canon Restaurant, breakfast at Pinon Grill, fitness center, and an outdoor pool with hot tub and kiva fireplace. Reserve now conveniently and securely online.
Museum of Spanish Colonial Art -Founded in 1925, the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art was established for Hispano Arts from the southern Colorado and New Mexico region. Today, the collection has been enlarged to include Spanish Colonial objects from around the globe dating from Medieval Times to the modern world. The Museum of Spanish Colonial Art features more than 3,700 artifacts and works of art. The museum is housed in a classic Southwest building of the Spanish Colonial architectural style that was designed by architect John Gaw Meem. To learn more about the museum's collection and current exhibitions, visit www.spanishcolonial.org.
Museum of Indian Arts & Culture -The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture tells the stories of the peoples of the Southwest through Native American art and objects that span from the prehistoric times to the contemporary world. The Santa Fe museum offers an extensive collection of more than 70,000 works objects that range from statues and pottery to baskets and artifacts and features a state-of-the-art Living Traditions Educational Center, which is its multi-use exhibition space and educational center with a library and Museum Studies Center. To learn more, visit www.indianartsandculture.org.
Museum of International Folk Art -The Museum of International Folk Art offers an exciting and colorful look at cultures from more than 100 countries around the globe through their folk arts. Featuring a diverse array of artifacts ranging from masks and ceremonial dress to sculptures and furniture, the collection of the Museum of International Folk Art is the single-largest museum collection of international folk art in the world. To learn more about visiting one of Santa Fe's most popular museums, go to www.internationalfolkart.org.
Wheelwright Museum -
The Wheelwright Museum holds the distinction of being the oldest non-profit private museum in the state of New Mexico. Housed in an octagonal-shaped building that takes its inspiration from the Navajo "hooghan," the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian is dedicated to displaying exemplary works of art in the Native American tradition. Visit the Case Trading Post, which is the museum's gift shop, to purchase fine contemporary art and craft items created some of the Southwest's finest living artists and craftspeople. To learn more, visit www.wheelwright.org.
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