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Museum Shop and Café

Museum Hill Café

The New Museum Hill cafe is OPEN

Come try our delicious new menu and dine at  one of the best views in town. To find out the daily specials call the cafe at 505-984-8900, or visit online to see a full listing of menu options and wines .

Hours are 10am to 4pm Tuesdays through Sundays, serving lunch from 11am to 3pm .

The cafe opens for Mondays during summer starting Memorial Day through Labor Day. The Cafe is also open summer Fridays nights 5pm-8pm for dinner and drinks, and often host special ticketed music events - please call the cafe for  dining availability on Friday nights. 

The Museum Hill Cafe, operated by Weldon J. Fulton, can serve as a convenient lunch location for small groups or large tour groups.

Call ahead for your large group reservations or boxed lunches ready to go at 505-984-8900.

The Cafe is also a lovely spot to start your morning visit to the museums with coffee and great pasteries. It is a great spot to start or end your hikes in the Santa Fe Foothills. There is always a gluten free option as well.

There are many dining options not far from Museum Hill. Many of those are listed on http://www.santafe.org

 

Colleen Cloney Duncan Museum Shop

The Colleen Cloney Duncan Museum Shop reflects the collections of the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture and is a unique shopping experience. The shop provides visitors with a wide array of contemporary Native arts—ceramics, sculpture, textiles, jewelry, kachina dolls, works on paper, and baskets—along with clothing and an extensive selection of popular and scholarly books on Native cultures.

One of the very best spots in town to buy top quality Native American work and wonderful southwestern gifts. Come and visit the shop today.

Visit our Museum Shop online at New Mexico Creates MIAC.

Browse our collection of stunning handcrafted jewelry, Native American art work,  as well as books, stationary and museum only products.

 Your purchase enhances the livelihoods of New Mexico's artists and artisans and builds financial support for the Museum of New Mexico. Learn more from a recent article in The Santa Fe New Mexican.

For more information, call the shop at 505/982-5057.