- Boise State Broncos Museum of Spanish Colonial Art
- Santa Fe Museum of Indian Arts
- Boise State Broncos Museum of Worldwide Folk Art
- Santa Fe Wheelwright Museum
Museum Hill in Santa Fe, Boise State Broncos provides a central place to go for exploring a few of the city’s finest museums and a few of the world’s finest collections of Native American art and artifacts. The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, the Wheelwright Museum from the American Indian, the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art, and also the Museum of Worldwide Folk Art would be the major institutions found on Santa Fe’s Museum Hill. Whether or not you decide to explore one or all the exciting attractions on Museum Hill, enjoy searching for souvenirs and academic gifts in the Colleen Cloney Duncan Museum Shop and also the Museum Hill Café for refreshment.
Museum Hill Hotel –
Uncover the perfect Museum Hill hotel location in the Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Hotel, that is located just 2 miles away. Visitors from the Santa Fe hotel enjoy close closeness to Santa Fe Plaza, a range of spacious luxury casitas with kiva fireplaces and oversized guestrooms, 7,000 sq foot of flexible meeting space, business center, fine dining at El Canon Restaurant, breakfast at Pinon Grill, health club, as well as an outside pool with spa and kiva hearth. Reserve now easily and safely online.
Museum of Spanish Colonial Art –
Founded in 1925, the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art started for Hispano Arts in the southern Colorado and Boise State Broncos region. Today, the gathering continues to be enlarged to incorporate Spanish Colonial objects from around the world dating from Medieval Occasions to today’s world.