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Museum of International Folk Art
Visitor Info: FAQ

Plan Your VisitMOIFA in the Fall
Regular hours are open 10AM to 5PM Tuesdays through Sundays, closed Mondays. The museum is closed 4 holidays per year: New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. Summer hours begin Memorial Day weekend at the end of May and continue through and including Labor Day weekend at the beginning of September.

NONCOMMERCIAL Photography without flash or tripod is permitted in most galleries. Visitors may take pictures in public areas and the designated galleries for personal use. Please share pictures of your visit on line and join us on Flickr» or Picasa» or Facebook»

Location/Directions On Museum Hill, 706 Camino Lejo, off the Old Santa Fe Trail, in Santa Fe New Mexico. Abundant free parking! Map and directions»

New Mexico Rail Runner Passengers» can get the free Santa Fe Pick up!» to Museum Hill. Visit the Santa Fe Trail's Bus» or call (505) 955-2001 for more information on City of Santa Fe Public Transportation routes, fares and services.

Walk-in & Reserved Guided Tours Docents are scheduled to lead walk in tours twice per day, call the front desk at (505) 476-1204 to confirm times. No reservations are required for walk-in tours! If you want to make reservations for a guided tour, please call Leslie (505) 476-1217.

Exhibitions Visit Current Exhibitions» to see current, with links to past and upcoming exhibitions.

Contact the Museum
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 2087
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504-2087
By telephone: (505) 476-1200
By Fax: (505) 476-1300
By e-mail: info.moifa@state.nm.us

Permission to Use Museum Images/Photos: Please allow a minimum of four weeks to process requests for image reproduction rights. Send inquiries to polina.smutko@state.nm.us, or call 505.476-1216

ADMISSION RATES: Adult single-museum admission is $6 for New Mexico residents, $9 for nonresidents; OR visit two museums of your choice (Museum of Indian Arts & Culture, Museum of International Folk Art, New Mexico Museum of Art, Palace of the Governor's/New Mexico History Museum )$15.00 for nonresidents, $12.00 for NM residents with I.D. OR $20.00 for a four day pass to five museums (includes all listed above) for nonresidents, $18.00 for NM residents for four day pass to all our museums (listed above) . Youth 16 and under and Foundation Members always free! Membership information» Students with I.D. Receive a one-dollar discount on all prices.

Wednesdays:
New Mexico resident seniors (60+) with I.D. are free!

Sundays: New Mexico residents with I.D. are admitted FREE!

New Mexico families evacuated from their homes admitted free!


art cart Visiting with Children. The Museum of International Folk Art is a great place for families with children! Exhibition galleries contain interactive activities available during open hours, and Docents lead hands-on art making with the Art cart several days each month. Call the front desk at (505) 476-1204 or Leslie at (505) 476-1217 for details. Youth 16 and under are always FREE, see more about activities & tips for visiting with children»



Access: The Museum facilities are wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs and motorized scooters are available for visitor use inside the Museum only.

Food and Cafe
Museum Hill Cafe» is OPEN Tuesday -Sunday 10AM to 4PM. Lunch served from 11AM to 3PM. Wonderful views, great food and free WiFi! (505) 984-8900.






mnmfJoin the Museum
! Membership includes: Free, unlimited admission for one year to four Museums in Santa Fe and all State Historic Sites, Members-only events, subscription to
El Palacio Magazine and e-newsletter, Discounts in the museum shops and at Museum Hill Cafe.


Employment/Job Openings
The Museum is a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, all openings are filled through the New Mexico State Personnel Office»

Field Trips There is no charge for educational groups attending the museum with their instructor and/or adult chaperones. Contact Leslie at (505) 476-1217 to arrange class/group visits to the Museum. More about Field trips»

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