The Cambridge Dictionary defines a museum as “a building where objects of historical, scientific or artistic interest are kept.” While Santa Fe’s Museum Hill may not be an individual building, the streets and structures that make up this cultural hub are certainly a display of rich and expressive history.
Located in Eastside, Santa Fe’s original barrio, Museum Hill sits among some of the oldest streets in Santa Fe, and thus the United States.
Thanks to the city’s historical ordinances, much of the barrio charm and character have remained—small, circuitous lanes are lined with traditional Pueblo architecture structures that almost feel frozen in time.
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