Palace of the Governors
Plaza, History Museum
105 W Palace Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87501
- Palace of the Governors is the oldest continuously occupied public building in the United States. Learn more in this C-SPAN American History TV video.
- Buy jewelry direct from Native American artists and cut out the middle man. Bargain if you like.
- You can haggle with the artists and jewelers here over prices.
- Originally built by the Spanish as a government seat in this remote outpost in 1610, this historic landmark is a national treasure. Visit the museum or stroll at sunset for contemplative Plaza views.
- Make sure to pass through and marvel at some of the beautiful art for sale right from the native american artist.
- Go inside this beautiful building to learn about the unique and fascinating history of Santa Fe. The scene outside can be nutty filled with the worst types of tourists.
- Cool history and even cooler Santeros!
- An enchanting museum. Quick for most but a long visit for the real history buffs!
- A must-stop in Santa Fe. Absorb more than 400 years of history.
- Go early and the native Americans sell their Authentic jewelry
- Pretty and interesting. Sad to hear they're trying to raise money.