Georgia O'keeffe Museum, Santa Fe
About Georgia O'keeffe Museum, Santa Fe
Georgia O'keeffe Museum, Santa Fe - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 217 Johnson St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, United States
Ticket Price: 12 USD
Time Required: 00:40 Mins
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Dedicated to Georgia O'Keeffe- a prominent artist, the museum has the largest collection of her artwork. The place has a collection of 116 works that includes 94 of O’Keeffe signature art-works.
From her iconic interpretations of flowers, skulls and landscape paintings to her famous architectural forms, the museum showcases the spirit of one of the most loved Mexican artist.
Highlights include her famous painting ‘My Last Door’ featured in the TV series ‘Breaking Bad’.
Georgia O'keeffe Museum Ticket Prices
- Members: Free
- General Admission: N$ 12
- New Mexico Resident Admission: N$ 8
- Students 18+ with ID: N$ 10
- Group Tickets (10+ people): N$ 10
Georgia O'keeffe Museum Opening and Closing Hours
- The Museum opens at 9.00 am Memorial Day through October 18th, and returns to 10.00 am opening on October 19th.
The Museum and Shop close early, at 3.00 pm on:
- Good Friday
- Christmas Eve
- New Years Eve
The Museum is always closed on:
- Easter Sunday
How To reach Georgia O'keeffe Museum by Public Transport
- By Bus: Sheridan Avenue Transit Center
- By Train: Santa Fe Depot
- By renting a Car/Bike/Bicycle.
- By Taxi/ Cab.
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Georgia O'Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe Reviews - Write a Review
We had a nice time, and free admission, to boot. The museum is very well laid out and lighted. I recommend watching the video prior to touring the museum. In the room where the video is shown there is a timeline on the walls that shows not only Ms. O'Keefe's important dates, but corresponds them to important events going on in the world at those times. The museum is not always free. Contact them to find dates for free admission.
I had a nice time with a friend. Certainly some beautiful work. I felt the videos really enhanced the experience, but the longer one is very visually outdated. Highly recommend that it be redone if at all possible. Loved looking around, wish there was more to see.
Master artist O'Keeffe's works can be enjoyed at one's leisure or haste depending on one's time availability. A short film gives a brief overview of her life. Informative. The art exhibited is from the various stages of her artistic life. There is a visual timeline on 3 walls of the movie room. A museum not to be missed by an O'KEEFFE appreciator.
This museum doesn't have any of her most famous works; it's mostly early work, sketches, and other pieces I hadn't seen before. But if you're ok with that, it's still awesome. Some of the pieces just made me weep, they are so deeply suffused with a rare spiritual sensuality. I was very moved.
To be standing in the midst of genius. Awestruck. Go. Don't think just go. Black hollyhock. Wow. Lake in the forest. Just go.
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