The museum is open June through September.
El Rancho de las Golondrinas, founded in the early 1700's, was a paraje, or overnight stop, on the Camino Real, the royal road from Mexico City to Santa Fe. It has been a living history museum since 1972 with more than 30 buildings on 200 acres.
Costumed "villagers" will tell you about life in Spanish Colonial & Territorial NM, & demonstrates period crafts & lifestyles.
Special events held throughout the summer. See our website, phone or write for a schedule.
Herb garden tours, lavender and herb product vendors, lectures on cultivating lavender and hands-on activities.
The Santa Fe Wine Festival is old enough to drink! Join us for our 21st year! Celebrate the wines of New Mexico at a historic southwest ranch! Discover the delicious blends of today's vintners at the...