Have you visited the Santa Fe Folk Art Museum? It’s located on Museum Hill, along with three other museums, in Santa Fe New Mexico. When you visit for the first time, allow several hours to explore the amazing permanent exhibit Multiple Visions: A Common Bond.
Wooden Menagerie is the currently on exhibit through February 15, 2015. What a collection!
This is the story of one of the carvers, Felipe Archuleta.
A Koala Bear.
A life size gorilla.
A delicate deer.
A Mama Sheep and her little lamb.
Amazing Eagles waiting to devour their dinner.
Santa Fe is about an eight hour drive from Tucson. The city has wonderful museums with constantly rotating exhibits. If you are museum junkie, like us, it could take you two or three days to thoroughly see all of them. On Museum Hill there are four museums all within walking distance, Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, Museum of International Folk Art and the Wheelwright Museum. The Wheelwright is open during their current renovations and expansions. There’s a cafe with a beautiful patio and inside dining with delicious soups, pastries and rotating entrees. If you’re a Museum Member, you can get yourself a discount. Do you have a favorite Santa Fe Museum?