Click on these are links for a few of the wonderful nearby attractions. Plan a day trip with dazzling artwork, memorable dining and regional cultural activities that are located in beautiful Georgia O'Keeffe country:
Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs The town of Ojo Caliente is noted for its healing mineral hot springs. One of the oldest health resorts in North America, Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs are the only natural hot springs in the world with the remarkable combination of four geothermal mineral waters.(505) 583 2233
City of Taos "A state of mind," is what D.H. Lawrence called the city of Taos, a historic art colony in Northern New Mexico. Taos is a world-class recreational mecca- the site of many activities from the arts, outdoor adventures, and the Taos Indian Pueblo that has been inhabited for over 1000 years.
City of Santa Fe Getaway to the city different. A city that embraces its natural environment unlike any other in the United States whose beautiful, brown adobe architecture blends with the high desert landscape. Visit museums including the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, the Wheelright Museum of the American Indian, and SITE Santa Fe, a contemporary art museum, then check out the Galleries on Canyon road or the eclectic shops in Plaza.
Taos Pueblo is the only living Native American community designated both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark. The multi-storied adobe buildings have been continuously inhabited for over 1000 years. Phone: (505) 758 1028
Georgia O’Keeffe’s Home at Ghost Ranch The home and studio of the artist Georgia O'Keeffe is one of the most important artistic sites in the southwestern United States. The buildings, their immediate surroundings, and the views they command of the magnificent landscape that inspired many of O'Keeffe's best-known paintings.
San Juan Pueblo One of the largest Tewa-speaking pueblos with a population of 6,748, today, the pueblo is the headquarters of the Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Council and home to the Oke-Oweenge Crafts Cooperative, which exhibits the art of the eight northern pueblos.(505) 852 4400