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Covid-safe Visiting

All guests are encouraged to observe proper social distancing and abide by all posted instructions, restrictions, and occupancy limits.

Please note that some 3rd party programs and events may have additional COVID protocols, including proof of vaccination and/or negative COVID test results. Be sure to confirm any additional protocols directly with the 3rd party.

New Mexico CulturePass

Your ticket to New Mexico's exceptional Museums and Historic Sites.
From Indian treasures to space exploration, world-class folk art to awesome dinosaurs—our museums and monuments celebrate the essence of New Mexico every day.
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Encounter Culture

Take a look inside the museums and historic sites of New Mexico without leaving home. Join host Charlotte Jusinski, and a variety of guest curators, artists, and exhibitors in exploring the art and culture of the state in Encounter Culture, a new podcast from the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs.

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Featured DCA Exhibitions

A photo featuring items representing the Lloyd’s Treasure Chest: Folk Art in Focus exhibition

Lloyd’s Treasure Chest: Folk Art in Focus

Lloyds’s Treasure Chest: Folk Art in Focus is a participatory gallery that encourages the exploration of folk art
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A photo featuring items representing the Painted Reflections exhibition

Painted Reflections

Explore the designs painted on ancestral and contemporary Pueblo pottery by visiting Painted Reflections: Isomeric
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A photo featuring items representing the The First World War exhibition

The First World War

The First World War exhibition investigates the contributions of New Mexicans to the war, through letters,
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A photo featuring items representing the Early Agriculture exhibition

Early Agriculture

People have been growing food in what is now New Mexico for 4,000
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