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.
Ven a jugar con nosotros! Come out and play with us! Games, crafts and entertainment especially for the kids.
Celebrate the wines of New Mexico at a historic southwest ranch! Discover the delicious blends of today's vintners at the Santa Fe Wine Festival, where you can sample and purchase varietals from seven...
Meet the lawmen, desperados and mountain men who put the "wild" in "wild west!" Learn about life and how people survived on the dangerous frontier.
Enjoy musica, arte y mas (music, art and more) at Viva Mexico, a celebration of the culture, cuisine and crafts of our colorful neighbor to the south.