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SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe
(4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
SITE Santa Fe nurtures innovation, discovery, and inspiration through the art of today.

Admission Fees:

General Admission: $10

Students and Seniors: $5

SITE Santa Fe Members: Free

Fridays: Free

18 and under Free

Free admission for the public on Fridays is made possible by The Brown Foundation, Inc., Houston.

Admission is free on Saturday mornings, from 10 am - 12 pm, during the Santa Fe Farmers Market.

Tours:

School group tours and programs for students of all ages can be arranged through the Education Department.
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  • The expo "much wider than a line" is really beautiful, with lots of works by contemporary artists that we did not know but that all were interesting to discover. The place is large and each artist can exhibit his works in a quite remarkable way. Beautiful place, nice show, very friendly staff... to see!
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  • Very nice city centre. We feel that this city's posh, but it's not ostentatious. Beautiful Mexican architecture, beautiful stores. This city really deserves that attention.
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  • There is always something new here. The 3 installations by Camnitzer, Mutu (when everything is eaten) and Allen (memWar) are worth seeing. The interactive graffiti wall was fun! 
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  • Must visit for contemporary art
  • Shows are sometimes hit or miss, but take a tour with Virginia and she'll at least make it worth the time and money. It is also often "free" on fridays (tickets are sponsored by a foundation), so call and see if it will be before showing up!
  • You call that art? Glad it was a free day. My kids could make it here....