Why You Need a New Mexico Culture Pass Right Now

With thousands of years of history to retell, New Mexico is one of the most cultured states in the nation. During your visit to Santa Fe, you’ll find age-old traditions in the city’s architecture and day-to-day way of life. To experience all the history and culture Santa Fe has to offer is quite a feat, but the New Mexico Culture Pass makes it even easier! This handy ticket allows one visit to select museums and historic sites throughout New Mexico, many of which you’ll find right in Santa Fe! Here are just some of the destinations you’ll be able to see with the convenience of the culture pass.

There’s so much to see and do with the New Mexico Culture Pass. Find even more local museums and galleries to explore in our free Chimayo Vacation Guide!

4 Places You May Visit With the New Mexico Culture Pass

The New Mexico Culture Pass gives you access to 15 incredible historic sites and museums! The best part is that you won’t have to travel far from our bed and breakfast in Chimayo to visit a majority of these destinations. Take a look at some of our personal favorites and be sure to add them to your New Mexico vacation itinerary!

Museum of Indian Arts and Culture

This Santa Fe museum fosters an appreciation for the knowledge of native arts, history, languages, and way of life. The state-of-the-art exhibits are both exciting and educational while driving a desire to learn even more from its visitors. As you explore the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, you will find mesmerizing pieces of New Mexican archaeology, photography, pottery, and more.

New Mexico History Museum

The New Mexico History Museum stands as an emblem for our nation’s history. Discover the centuries-old Palace of Governors, extensive photo archives, the Fray Angelico Chavez History Library, and the first printing press to enter New Mexico.

New Mexico Museum of Art

Since 1917, the New Mexico Museum of Art has been a visitor favorite! It has also acted as a catalyst for creativity and appreciation for native art. You’ll find a wide variety of stunning collections and exhibits to explore including photography, paintings, authentic Southwestern masterpieces, and much more!

Museum of International Folk Art

As one of the state’s most popular museums, the Museum of International Folk Art is a must for any visitor. Not to mention it holds the world’s largest collection of folk art! More than 150,000 artifacts call the museum home and over 150 nations are represented here. It is truly an extraordinary place to visit and houses a little something for everyone to enjoy.

Experience More New Mexican Traditions During Your Stay at Casa Escondida

Our secluded and charming bed and breakfast in the New Mexican countryside incorporates the native culture into your accommodation experience. Each of our comfortable guest rooms are adorned with customary decor and authentic antiques while maintaining the modern amenities you desire. A daily breakfast is also served featuring traditional New Mexican dishes that are absolutely mouthwatering. If you’re ready for the experience of a lifetime, book your favorite room with us today! Don’t forget to download your free copy of our handy Chimayo Vacation Guide!