Santa Fe, New Mexico is widely known as a destination for artists and art enthusiasts alike. We are home to 200+ galleries, museums and private art dealers exhibiting local, national and international artists. You’ll find museums and galleries sprinkled throughout each of the four art districts, with a wide range of styles from traditional to contemporary art. In addition to galleries and museums, Santa Fe also has a strong artist community that is both welcoming and supportive of emerging and well established artists. There is most certainly something for everyone in The Land of Enchantment, but here is a quick guide to get you started on your creative journey while in Santa Fe, NM, the true American Southwest. 


The famous Canyon Road of New Mexico is at the heart of Santa Fe’s art world. Dating back to the 18th Century, Canyon Road began as a small, Spanish farming neighborhood. The growing popularity for artists to migrate here started in the early 19th Century, and over time, the road known for it's working artist colony, slowly transitioned from residential to commercial. Canyon Road's Gallery Era was full blown by the 1980's and its never looked back.




Gallery Wild Santa Fe is proud to be located at the cornerstone of lower Canyon Road. We are honored to represent contemporary artists who's works share our passion for all things wild and inspire our collectors to help protect wildlife and wild places for future generations. 




Whether you’ve never experienced the breath of Canyon Road’s 80+ art galleries before, or you’re a seasoned professional, new art and artists are popping up everywhere. Gallery Wild is a great place to start your Canyon Road adventure with available parking, a fresh take on western art, stunning landscapes, and wildlife seen throughout the region. Be on the lookout for our monument size bronze sculptures by Rip Caswell depicting elk, deer and a mountain lion on the prowl. Come say, "Hi!" We look forward to meeting you.

Gallery Wild

203 Canyon Road 
Santa Fe, NM 87501


Hours : 9am - 5pm Monday-Saturday | Closed Sunday


G2 Gallery

702 1/2 Canyon Road

Santa Fe, NM 87501


Hours : 10am - 5pm Tuesday - Saturday | Closed Sunday - Monday

Sun & Dust 

223A Canyon Road

Santa Fe, NM 87501


Hours : 10am - 5pm Tuesday-Saturday | 11pm - 5pm Sunday + Monday




Adobe Gallery

221 Canyon Road

Santa Fe, NM 87501


Hours : 10am - 5pm Monday-Saturday | Closed Sunday


Santa Fe's historic plaza is the original city's center, and an exemplary location of old Santa Fe charm. You'll be surrounded by classic Spanish architecture dating back to the early 17th Century when Santa Fe was established as New Mexico's official state capitol. The plaza is also home to the famous San Miguel Chapel, the oldest church in the United States, where services are still held today. Visitors and locals alike love this downtown area for its history, delicious restaurants, shopping, galleries and museums. 

Georgia O'Keeffe Museum  

(Advance Tickets Recommended)

217 Johnson Street

Santa Fe, NM 87501


Hours : 10am - 5pm Monday-Thursday | Closed Tuesday + Wednesday

Hecho A Mano 

129 West Palace Avenue

Santa Fe, NM 87501


Hours : 10am - 5pm Every day

Peyton Wright 

237 East Palace Avenue

Santa Fe, NM 87501


Hours : 9am - 5pm Monday - Saturday | Sunday by appointment only

New Mexico Museum of Art 

(Advance Tickets Available)

107 West Palace Avenue

Santa Fe, NM 87501


Hours : November - April
10am - 5pm Tuesday - Sunday | Closed Monday

5pm - 7pm *First Friday of each month


Hours : May - October

10am - 5pm Saturday - Thursday 

10am - 7pm Fridays (most weeks)


Santa Fe's Railyard and Baca District are the newest areas to emerge within Santa Fe’s art scene. A hub of entertainment, shopping, food, concerts, contemporary galleries, and museums. What more could you ask for? The Railyard is also home to Santa Fe's famous farmers' market that was started back in the 60's. A true revitalization of one of the many historic sites throughout the city. 




From July through September, take a free tour of the Railyard Arts District which was voted one of the best art districts in the country by USA Today readers.

LewAllen Galleries

1613 Paseo de Peralta

Santa Fe, NM 87501


Hours : 10am - 6pm Monday - Friday | 10am - 5pm Saturday

Sunday by appointment only

Vladem Contemporary

404 Montezuma Avenue

Santa Fe, NM 87501


Hours : November - April
10am - 5pm Tuesday - Sunday 

Closed Monday

5pm - 7pm *Final Friday 

of each month


Hours : May - October

10am - 5pm Saturday - Thursday 

10am - 7pm Fridays

International Folk Art Market

620 Cerrillos Road

Santa Fe, NM 87501


Hours : 10am - 4pm 

Monday - Thursday 

Closed Friday - Sunday


While most galleries and museums in Santa Fe fall into one of the above art districts, the SFXL is for all the amazing spaces that display art outside of these specific areas. Here are just a few of the galleries and museums that are not to be missed. 




Some locations listed require advanced ticket reservations, please check website details for more information. 


1226 Flagman Way

Santa Fe, NM 87505


Hours : 11am - 5pm Tuesday - Sunday | Closed Monday

Santa Fe Children’s Museum

1050 Old Pecos Trail

Santa Fe, NM 87505


Hours : 10am - 6pm Wednesday - Saturday | 12pm - 5pm Sunday
Closed Monday - Tuesday

Museum of International Folk Art 

(On Museum Hill)

706 Camino Lejo

Santa Fe, NM 87504


Hours : 11am - 5pm Tuesday - Sunday | Closed Monday

The O'Keeffe Welcome Center, Home & Studio

21120 U.S. 84, 

Abiquiú, NM 87510


Hours : Tuesday – Saturday 10am - 4pm


The Welcome Center is open to the public. Advanced reservations required to visit the Home & Studio.

Meow Wolf 

1352 Rufina Cir, 

Santa Fe, NM 87507


Hours : 

10am - 7pm Sunday - Monday 

11am - 7pm Tuesday 

Closed Wednesday

11am - 7pm Thursday 

11am - 8pm Friday 

10am - 8pm Saturday



If you’re planning to visit multiple state museums or historic sites, purchase a New Mexico CulturePass. During a 12-month period, you can experience the entire family of state operated museums and historic sites one time during your travels to New Mexico. You can purchase your $30 CulturePass at any of the 8 state museums or 7 historic sites listed below.




On the date of your first visit to one of these 15 locations, your pass will be validated and can be used for the next consecutive 12 months. Highlighted are the sites located in the Santa Fe area.



  • New Mexico Museum of Space History
  • National Hispanic Cultural Center
  • New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
  • New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum
  • Museum of Indian Arts & Culture
  • Museum of International Folk Art
  • New Mexico History Museum/Palace of the Governors
  • New Mexico Museum of Art



  • Coronado Historic Site
  • Fort Selden Historic Site
  • Fort Stanton Historic Site
  • Fort Sumner Historic Site/ Bosque Redondo Memorial
  • Jemez Historic Site
  • Lincoln Historic Site
  • Los Luceros Historic Site

Sources :  Santa Fe Gallery Association, Visit Canyon Road, New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs, Railyard Santa Fe, Canyon Road Arts,



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