Georgia O'Keeffe loved the outdoors, and her favorite themes included adobes, cottonwood trees, rivers, and flowers. All of this and more can be found in the places that preserve and protect New Mexico's unique and celebrated history.
El Rancho de las Golondrinas has amazing year-round festivals! Set on 200 acres in a farming valley just south of Santa Fe, it is New Mexico's only living history museum. Map and Directions
The New Mexico History Museum is located on the Plaza in Santa Fe in the Palace of the Governors, the oldest public building in continuous use constructed by European settlers in the continental United States in 1610.
The DeVargas Street House is located at 215 East De Vargas St. Referred to as the Oldest House, it is a historic building in Santa Fe, New Mexico, which is often said to be one of the oldest buildings in United States. The original date of construction is unknown but the majority of the home is believed to date to the Spanish colonial period (post-1610).